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Syringa Bloomerang - does it repeat flower (and who on earth thought the name was a good idea)?

CamelliadCamelliad Posts: 402
I love lilacs and like the idea of a repeat flowering one. Looking at the Syringa Bloomerang (so glad I don't actually have to say that name out loud) range. Does anyone have it and if so does it do what it says it does?


  • newbie77newbie77 Posts: 1,650
    edited July 2021
    Any feedback on this lilac? Can't find any information on search, thinking about getting it.
    South West London
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  • CamelliadCamelliad Posts: 402
    I didn't get it in the end.

    I found some reviews that said reflowering was sporadic but I can't find them now. In the end I decided that my Daphne Transatlantica was effectively doing the same thing - a big, fragrant flush of small flowers in early spring and then on and off all summer.

    I'd be interested to know though, same as you @newbie77.
  • newbie77newbie77 Posts: 1,650
    Yes would like to know personal experience. 
    South West London
  • CamelliadCamelliad Posts: 402
    Am just coming on to update this thread. I've just seen these in pots (maybe 3 litres?) in our local nursery. Two of the three pots had blooms - only a few, bit sparse, but they were there and what little there was scented. So my guess would be on and off / sporadic re-flowering through the summer as opposed to a fully summer flowering plant.
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