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Lilac in SC

I've been meaning to do a garden chat report on my Syringa 'Blue Skies.' So
far, so good. It's growing, no disease, and no keeling over from the heat. It
hasn't bloomed yet but I didn't really expect it to as it is still very small.
I have it in afternoon shade but it gets a good bit of sun in the morning. So,
for those of you outside of Lilac zone this one seems to be working. It's
hardy 5-9 and supposedly doesn't need chill hours to bloom. Will let you know
if that ever happens.
Andrea Hodges
Beaufort, SC

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