Catmint, Cat's Pajamas
Baby Kim™ Syringa x 'SMNSDTP' USPPAF, CPBRAF
Yes, you have space for a lilac! Baby Kim lilac is our smallest lilac to date, but boy, does it pack in a lot of flower power. Enjoy glossy, dark green foliage, an abundance of fragrant purple blooms that don't fade to white, and a useful rounded habit that fits into just about any sunny spot. It brings all the joy of lilacs into a neater, tidier package so you can enjoy this classic flowering shrub no matter how much - or how little - space you have.
Top reasons to grow Baby Kim lilac:
Plant only in full sun and well-drained soil; lilacs cannot tolerate soggy, wet conditions.
If you want to prune Baby Kim lilac, do so immediately after it blooms in late spring. Never cut it back in fall, winter, or early spring - doing so will remove the spring flower buds. Pruning is not necessary, particularly for small, tidy varieties like this.