A heavily flowering tree, covered by large plumes of small white flowers in the beginning of summer. The Japanese tree lilac has recently attracted the interest of urban foresters as a small tree for planting under power lines. The tree reaches 25-30 feet in height, and usually less than 20 feet in spread.
Japanese Lilac trees
Japanese lilac trees are similar to the traditional lilac bush, except they have a thicker trunk and grow vertically like a tree. According to AboutLilacs.com, Japanese lilac trees are the most common of lilac trees.
7-9ft priced from $150.00 to $230.00