They all are gorgeous, it is too hard to decide.
Perhaps you live in a climate where lilacs cannot grow. Let me tell you about them. Lilacs were my mother’s delight. She planted bushes throughout our yard as a plush colorful natural fence! We had deep purples, burgundy purples, lighter violets and whites. What a pretty sight! As a little accent, she added a couple of yellow forsythia bushes and “gave me” my very own flowering pink magnolia tree. I’ve got to tell you that the months of May and June were a floral wonderland at my house!
And even information is available more from Martha Stewart: “Lilacs”
Rochester, New York is known as the lilac-loving capital in the US. Dubbed “The Flower City” Rochester hosts The Annual Lilac Festival at Highland Park for two weeks every May. The free event boasts a display of over 1200 lilac bushes to view! Walk the trails throughout the park and take-in the flowering panorama. Enjoy great live entertainment, fun and games for the children and lots of great food from the local vendors who all turn out for this great family time. You may even get to see the mounted police while you are there.
Vacationing in Rochester, New York? “Does anyone vacation in Rochester, New York” you say? It may not sound exciting but do consider it. As is the homeplace of the Strong National Museum of Play and the host of the Lilac Festival there are just two great reasons to go there. Want more? Come over to Traveling Family Blog and read my post Things To Do When Visiting Rochester New York. It will open your eyes!