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How to Get a Lilac Bush to Bloom.?

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1. Prune your plant yearly. 2. Prune your plant after the flowers have died. Avoid trimming of new buds when pruning dead ones. 3. Avoid overly bushy plants which keep air and sun from reaching the inner leaves and can cause diseases. 4. Remove the
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they do take a few years to bloom, I also had one for 3 yrs and it never bloomed, it was always so disappointing, every spring i would look forward to it, b/c there is nothing like
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Lilacs bloom with the weather, so typically in May or June. The bloom only lasts for a week or two, so take lots of pics and enjoy them while you can!
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It usually takes about 3 years before Lilac bushes
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