Lottah Nursery Tasmania, Australia

Syringa x Sleeping Beauty

Raised by the Canadian nurseryman Frank Moro from a seedling of S. x 'Lotta', and introduced in 1996, it is another of the recently bred dwarf small-leafed repeat flowering cultivars suitable for smaller gardens.

Flowers are fragrant, single, very pale pink appearing almost near white appearing in Spring and sometimes repeats in Summer/Autumn.

'Sleeping Beauty' appears resistant to blight

Mature size of plant is expected to be 1.5 m; it has demonstrated no tendency to sucker

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Syringa x 'Sleeping Beauty'

60410-6073 (2, 4, 18, 118)