Product review for Josee Reblooming Lilac

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 -  Sunday, April 24, 2011
Great Lilac
Reviewed By: Cynthia (Mt. Vernon , Illinois)
This is the third year for my 2 lilacs. I was afraid they wouldn't make it because they looked like sticks and I didn't plant one until almost summer. They are both about 5 feet tall and covered with blooms. The smell is not quite as heady as my old fashioned lilac but they still smell great. They also make wonderful bouquets for the house since you need to prune them back after flowering anyway!
 -  Sunday, May 08, 2011
Amazing plant
Reviewed By: Wanda Piersante (Marlton, NJ)
I received my two little bushes last Spring (2010). One of them had a little bloom on it. They both bloomed once in the summer. This year, they are both covered with blooms, and they are only about 1.5 feet tall. Amazing!
 -  Wednesday, May 18, 2011
hopeful
Reviewed By: Sheila (Dunnellon, Florida)
I am going by the write-up that indicated this plant would work well through zone 9. Lilacs don't usually do well in Florida. Our winters here can get cold and we are in zone 8a-b. I am VERY hopeful it will survive and bloom. I will try to follow-up next year or later this year with results.
 -  Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Happy Plants
Reviewed By: Mr. Dillman (Naples, Maine)
I received 10 lilac plants fro Gurneys this spring, we still had snow on the ground so I've kept them in my windows. They looked quite healthy to start, contrary to how many of my others plants did upon arrival. They have grown considerably inside and I just got my first chance to plant them this week.
 -  Saturday, June 04, 2011
Beautiful!!
Reviewed By: Kimberly (Barnesville, Minnesota)
We planted our three Josee 'sticks' last summer. Over the winter, we covered them with Styrofoam covers. I was hoping they'd survive our super cold winter and they DID!! They are only about a foot high, but they are BLOOMING! I was prepared to have to wait a year or more for the flowers, so this was a wonderful surprise!!