Lilac bushes put on their dramatic display in the late spring. There are different varieties that grow in Sunset’s Climate Zones A1 through A3, 1 through 12, 14 through 16 and 18 through 22. This fragrant bush can serve the gardener in a variety of ways in the landscape.Lilac Flowers – an Edible and Medicinal Treat « Feral ...
Most resources that I have found (random blogs, pfaf.org, A Modern Herbal) list that the medicinal benefits of Lilac come from the leaves and fruit. Apparently, it was used as a tea or infusion historically, and has been used as a anti-periodic.Japanese tree lilac | The Morton Arboretum
Japanese tree lilac is larger than the shrub lilacs and it blooms a little later. It produces large clusters of small creamy-white, fragrant flowers. This plant has some cultivated varieties. Go to list of cultivars.What Are the Health Benefits of Lilac? | LEAFtv
Beyond the lilac's use in aromatherapy, the flower has a history of medicinal use. In the past, lilac was ingested to rid the intestines of parasitic worms, and was also used in the treatment of malaria.Herbal Oil: Lilac Oil Benefits and Uses
Discover the many uses and benefits of the fragrant lilac oil, ... Lilac oil is made by steam distilling the fruits and dried leaves of the lilac tree.