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Aug 20, 2015 · Chaste Tree: aka Vitex Agnus-Costus 'Shoal Creek'. Flowers are shaped like a lilac, is a purple color, very fragrant, and grows to 10-15' in this area. Perfect for zones 6-9 --- we're in zone 9. prefers loose, medium moisture, well-drained soils in nearly full sun; often grown as a multi-trunked, bushy shrub, can be shaped into a gorgeous tree;. The lilac vine should be planted in sandy, well-draining soil, requires moderate water and prefers partial shade in Florida's warmer areas. Increase water if the lilac vine begins to wilt. Miss Kim Lilac. A native of Korea, the 'Miss Kim' lilac (Syringa patula) is particularly fragrant and has a light lavender flower cone.

Types of Lavender Plants for the Southeast USA By Jacob J. Wright ; Updated September 21, 2017 Prized for fragrant purplish flowers and aromatic gray foliage, lavender (Lavandula spp.) is among the most beautiful shrubs for herb gardens and containers. Lilac & Lavender. 666K likes. and I think to myself what a wonderful world. Looking at beauty in the world is the first step of purifying the mind. Let's 4.8/5(1.2K).

Spanish Lavender Spanish lavender (Lavandula stoechas) and its varieties are less hardy than their English cousins. They are usually grown as annuals in the North and perennials in warmer-winter areas. (They are hardy in Zones 7-9.) Spanish lavender prefers a hot, dry spot in full sun (at least 6 to 8 hours of direct sun a day). Hi, I have noticed our local TARGET is selling Lilac's. I am originally a New Englander, and have always thought that these do NOT grow in Florida because you need that cold "snap" to get the flower. Does anyone have a Lilac bush in their yard in Florida and how does it do?? Thanks. Marily.