Delight garden visitors with fragrance that lingers on the late spring air. The Donald Wyman Lilac is a late-blooming variety that opens in late spring after most other lilac bushes have bloomed. Its pink-purple flower clusters are very fragrant and attract butterflies and hummingbirds. The clusters are also excellent for cut-flower arrangements. This deciduous shrub grows 8-10 ft. tall with a slightly narrower spread and performs best when planted in full sun. Lilac bushes are attractive when planted in groups and can be planted as an informal hedge or along a property border. Our Donald Wyman Lilac Hedge is an affordable way to plant a flowering hedge or plant several lilacs together.