Syringa vulgaris "Etna"
Lemoine, 1927. Shrub is relatively weak growing, bushy, steep, and cylindrical. Shoots give a small increase, greenish-brown.
Panicle groups form 1-2 pairs of buds. In some years, the panicles are very large, even 25-30 cm long, 20 cm wide, while usually 21-23 cm long, 18 cm wide. Panicles are moderately dense.
Flowers are dark purple, simple, diameter 23-25 mm. Petals are round, with pronounced raised edges, the underside lighter. This variety is late. It blooms moderately and not every year, but in some years it blooms especially abundantly.
"Etna" Syringa vulgaris
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