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Primrose lilac this soft yellow of the primrose lilac, syringa vulgaris, is a new color to the lilac world! it's a rounded shrub that has creamy yellow flowers in late spring. it matures to be around 10-12 feet tall by 8 feet wide., the primrose lilac (syringa vulgaris 'primrose') is a rare yellow lilac that is much sought after but seldom found. your friends and neighbors will be stunned by this yellow lilac. the first year the blooms are a yellow-white, but the color gets more intense with age and in cooler climates. the primrose lilac is outstanding..

Primrose lilac stun your neighbors with this beautiful, rare yellow lilac. the first year lilac primrose bloom flowers that are yellow-white but the yellow gets more intense as the plant matures. lilacs are beloved for their perfumed scents that grace the air in early spring., yellow lilacs matthew farnell 2020-01-17t01:35:09+00:00. primrose. yellow buds that open to single-floret, yellow blossoms that fade to creamy white. mid-season bloomer. grows to 10 feet. questions? comments?. New spring hill nurseries miss kim lilac (syringa) starter hedge kit, live bareroot shrubs, 12 in. to 18 in. tall (5-pack), lilacs do come in seven colors, but most are familiar with the common lilac, syringa vulgaris, which blooms in the northern states for 2 weeks in late may.however, there are early-, mid-, and late-season lilacs, which, when grown together, ensure a steady bloom for at least 6 weeks.