Taller options available for most trees. Please use the contact us page stating species, height range and postcode for more info. If listed as " DELIVERED X MONTH" they might be available by pallet with a £45-£110 surcharge.
Beauty Of Moscow Lilac Tree Options
60-90cm: 5-7L, usually bush form.
Beauty Of Moscow Lilac Tree / shrub aka Krasavitsa Moskvy
A double (flower not agent...as you might assume coming from Moscow) ....eer where were we....so a double white flower with pale lavender buds which last longer than many other Syringa. Considered to be a heavy bloomer which may sound like an overweight teenager but in horticultural terms this means it has lots of flowers. Compared to other Syringa, Beauty Of Moscow has very large flowers (could be over 30cm long) with a heavy scent. Apparently you can cut them and one will scent the whole house but that observation may have been written by a blood hound, we will only commit to them being allegedly highly fragrant.
The blooms of Beauty Of Moscow may take a couple of years to fully show based on local conditions, not because they are shy and need to get to know you better. The flowers should make an appearance around May unless the effects of global warming increase in which case they might make a timely Christmas show.
A pleasing scent, unless you hate the smell of Lilac, which intensifies as the flower ages. Obviously when it has aged to "dead" then it doesn't smell as intense or the same.
Our Beauty Of Moscow lilac tree/shrub is considered a small tree/shrub so expect around 4m at 10 years. It could go on to grow a little more depending on your location and weather conditions. If it doesn't grow more then try taking your shoes off, it makes it look a bit bigger.
Considered to be chalk tolerant which does not mean it is happy to sit on the tube train next to a packet of blackboard writing sticks and strike up a conversation. It means if your soil is a bit chalky then you can still plant Syringa Beauty Of Moscow.
For best results, go to University and study horticulture at PHD level. Failing that, plant the best way you know how in a full sun position, feed if you have poor quality soil and don't let it dry out in mid-summer. Mixing the excavated soil to 50:50 with well rotted compost or manure will help with poor quality soils.
If you do not know what poor quality soil is, invite a soil expert over for a picnic and see where he sits down. If he eats standing up then we suggest selling your house quickly.
Prune out any dead, diseased or crossing over branches as general maintenance but you can further lightly prune to encourage new growth with out it getting grumpy and sending a complaint about you to the local authorities.
Supplied in a 7-12 litre pot between 50-120cmand will be between 2 and 3 years old.
Message card included at no additional cost if required. Just add the information required on the card at checkout.
See What Our Customers Are Saying About Our Syringa Beauty Of Moscow
Hi Alan, First of all I would like to say that I simply adore your sense of humour. This was one of the reasons why I have bought my lilac from your website. Such a unique customer service. Also thank you very much for sending a larger tree as I have requested. I cant wait till spring comes to see my lovely “Beauty of Moscow” flowering in my garden. Thank you very much for all you do. Fantastic tree and absolutely great service. Kind Regards Elena 1119
Hi Alan, Just a quick to note to say that an absolutely magnificent lilac arrived on Tuesday! Is it bigger than the one we ordered? In any event, I wanted to write and thank you. Wishing you a good weekend, Tatiana 0518
Tree Jargon Explained
Half Standard: Around 80-100cm clear stem.
Standard: Around 180-200cm clear stem.
Feathered: Branches for most of the trunk/stem length.
Multi-Stem/Bush: Very little or no clear stem. Multiple branching starting low to the ground.
Rootball: Dug from the field with roots intact i.e. no pot.
Pot: Plastic container that the tree was grown in.
Maiden: 1 year tree that has not been pruned.
Pleached: Foliage a square/rectangle flat shape wired to a bamboo frame with some clear stem.
Screen: Same as pleached but much less/no clear stem.
Multiple Order Discount
Orders over £750 for 150cm+ trees might be discounted by contacting us
Ornamental Tree Roots In The Shade e.g. Behind A Fence
It is more important that that foliage (posh term for leaves) receives the sunlight than the roots. So if the canopy of your ornamental tree can sunbathe but the bottom of your tree thinks there has been a nuclear winter then that is ok. You might want to ensure you have good drainage as water and no sun is the start of algae and other such issues.
Early Autumn Leaf Fall
Heat stress, being potted, lack of water, being boxed up for a few days etc can cause early Autumn leaf fall. Once planted, normal service will resume next season.
Do I Need To Stake My Ornamental Tree?
9 out of 10 times the answer will be no, especially if under 200cm tall. However our article on Tree Staking should help guide you.
Climate Change has increased aesthetic foliage issues such as Powdery Mildew, Shothole, Rust, frost damage etc These are not terminal issues and will usually last a season or less. All trees are inspected before being sent out to ensure they are fundamentally healthy and will bounce back.
Planting In The Corner Of A Garden
Air and light is reduced in this location which could promote fungus and bacterial issues. If the corner is of the house and a fence then you also have leeching issues to contend with from cement and wood preservatives. Also when it rains, that area would experience higher water levels so we advise against it unless the plant is very hardy.
Mature Tree Warranty
Once a tree is over 3 years old, the failure rate is considerably less and our Tree Warranty does not cover it at 100%. Please check details.
Multi-Stem Syringa (Lilac) Trees
Most Syringa from Trees Online will be multi-stem or shrub like unless otherwise stated. If it is important to you, please state at checkout which is your preference.
Grafted Syringa (Lilac) Trees
All Syringa (Lilac) trees, have been grafted to produce a better tree in terms of vigour and earlier flowering. The rootstock used is a special selection (S. tomentella) which reduces suckering to a minimum. S. vulgaris is not used as a rootstock for this reason.