I bought a yellow lilac bush this past spring and since it arrived early and I didn’t know where to put it, I planted it into a large pot on my patio. It’s done pretty well and is showing new buds as we speak (November). I live on Long Island, NY and it’s getting cold out. Since I’m still unsure where to plant it and didn’t think fall was a good time anyway, what should I do so that it survives the winter? Wrap it? Put it in the unheated garage? Bring it indoors? Leave it be?
When is the best time to prune a lilac bush? I planted a bush last spring that is about 2 feet tall. Should I prune it back some now (Nov in SC) to encourage blooms?
I have a lilac tree. It’s about 9-feet high. I have it planted 6 feet from my neighbor’s wall. They are worried the roots will damage their foundation. Can you tell me if this will do that?
My question is I have lilacs that are about 10 feet tall and I’m looking to cut about two feet off the tops. Can I do it now or even early spring? I live in NY and the temps are in the 30’s and 40’s when I’m looking to cut them.
What is the white substance (looks like a white power) on the bottom going toward the to of the branch. Will it kill the lilac? What, if anything, can be done? Thanks for any help.
When is the best time to transplant a lilac bush?
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