Father Fiala's Lilacs

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Atheline Wilbur

The semi-double flowers are rose-lavender in bud and the large multi-petaled florets are a lovely mixture of orchid, rose and violet.
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Albert F. Holden

Named for the founder of the Holden Arboretum in Northern Ohio. Large open panicles with petals deep purple on the inside and silvery lavender on the reverse so when the wind blows, the color moves in waves; moderately fragrant. Foliage is dark green and very disease resistant (7').
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'Belle de Nancy'

Considered one of the best double pinks and one of Lemoine's best known for Nacy, France where the Lemoine nursery was located.
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Dark redish-purple, fragrant flowers and very clean foliage in tradtional grwoing areas . A new introduction from the U.S. National Arboretum.

Fiala Rememberance

This lilac has flowers that are creamy in bud.
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'Marie Frances'

This is a small stature (5') lilac. It is a true pink, almost a shrimp pink with single multi-petaled flowers and very fragrant. This is one of my personal favorites, an outstanding lilac! Named in honor of Fr. Fiala's beloved sister, Marie Frances Chaykowski.
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Paul Thirion

An extremely heavy bloomer, the flowers are fragrant and a double magenta.
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'Vesper Song'

A fragrant S. x hyacinthaflora sometimes mislabeled as the cultivar 'Eventide'. The fragrant flowers are a single dark violet color and new foliage growth has a lovely bronze color. Also has nice fall color. (Photo credit Roy Klehm)
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