MISS KIM KOREAN LILAC is a spring-flowering deciduous shrub.  This plant produces purple buds that emerge into large flower clusters in the spring.  Flowers of this lilac are pink-lavender. Blooms can be cut off and used as home decor.

Leaves of the Lilac are spear-shaped and about the size of an adult thumb. The foliage of this shrub turns dark red to purple in the fall.  This shrub can be installed as a stand-alone plant or in a small hedge.  Miss Kim Korean Lilac prefers partial shade to full sun exposure.  Miss Kim Korean Lilac has excellent resistance to powdery mildew.

Syringa pubescens subsp. patula ‘Miss Kim’

Miss Kim Korean Lilac

Plant Type- Deciduous Shrub

Flower Color- Pink to Lavender

Foliage Color- Green during the summer and dark purple in the fall.

Growth Habit- Round

Growth Rate- Slow

Zone- 4-8

Height- 6′-8′ tall

Spread- 6′-8′ wide

Light- Part to Full Sun

Details- Miss Kim Korean Lilac is an excellent shrub to use for foundation plantings. The large, fragrant, flower clusters emerge in mid-May. This lilac blooms for several weeks. In the fall the foliage turns dark red to purple after the first frost.

Pruning-  Pruning should be done shortly after the plant is done blooming. Though this plant can withstand heavy pruning, not more than 1/3 of the plant should be removed at one time. Pruning late in the year or early spring will reduce the plants ability to flower.

Other Lilac plant options.

Lavender Lady Lilac

President Lincoln Lilac

Angel White Lilac

Blue Skies Lilac

Victoria California Lilac

Sensation Lilac

Old Glory Lilac

Pocahontas Canadian Lilac

Korean Lilac

Yankee Doodle Lilac

Ludwig Spaeth Lilac

Josee Lilac

Declaration Lilac

Charles Joly Lilac

Bloomerang Dark Purple Lilac

Little Darling Lilac

Miss Canada Lilac

Betsy Ross Lilac

True Blue Summer Lilac

Wedgewood Blue Lilac

Miss Ruby Summer Lilac