City Trees

July/August 2015

City Trees is a premier publication focused on urban + community forestry. In each issue, you’ll learn how to best manage the trees in your community and more!

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40 City Trees Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac (Syringa reticulata) 'Ivory Silk' is a small, upright, slightly rounded form with dark green foliage, dark cherry-like bark, and wispy cream-colored flowers in late spring or early summer—later than most trees. It can tolerate prolonged periods of dry soil. 2001 DBH and height at planting: 2.5 inch- es (6.4 cm)/10 feet (3 m) 2015 DBH and height: 7 inches (18 cm)/18 feet (5.5 m)

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