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Spring-blooming Plants

Get the New Season Started Early

After the cold, dark days of winter, every gardener is impatient for spring, which is why early spring-blooming plants are so precious. And those of us at Wayside Gardens are no different. We crave those first flowers that herald the warm weather and sunny days of the new spring season such as Syringa 'Sweetheart', a double-flowered, fabulously fragrant Lilac that blooms up to 10 days before other varieties even open their first buds!