They are plants in the form of shrubs or shrubs, which have about 30 species, deciduous in winter. The leaves are arranged opposite, petiolate, rarely sliced, heart-shaped. Its flowers are cylindrical pyramidal in appearance, at the end of the last shoots on 2-year branches and with the union of many flowers. It is a plant that is frequently used in landscaping works of parks and gardens.
How to Care for Lilac Plant?
Lilac Light Requirement: It can also grow in semi-shade areas. However, it grows better in a place with plenty of sunlight. Lilac Soil Requirement: It can be grown in almost any type of soil, provided that it is moist. Lilac Irrigation: The plant needs plenty of water, especially in the summer months when the air temperature increases and the soil dries.
Lilac Pruning: Fading flower shoots should be pruned in order for the plant to flower regularly throughout the year. Old shoots should be cut from the bottom to rejuvenate the plant. Production: It is produced by seed, cutting, immersion, shoot separation and grafting. Diseases and Pests: Aphids and snails are the most common pests.
What are the Benefits of Lilac Flower?
- Lilac Tree Flower is good for rheumatic pains.
- Lilac Tree Flower oil is relaxing and beneficial if applied to the body as a massage.
- Lilac Blossom is a plant with antipyretic properties.
- Lilac Blossom is known as an appetizer.
- Lilac Blossom can be used for worm reduction.
- Lilac Flower helps to remove toxic substances.
- Lilac Flower is claimed to prevent constipation.