The optimal time of landing young bushes – the last week of August and September. During this period, siren is already at rest, and still have sufficient time for rooting shrubs in the soil. Replant shrubs that have green leaves because when the leaves completely fall off, it will be too late.
In cases, when the frost has caught you with the excavated seedlings of lilacs, just pricopie shrubs in the tilted state soil. So they will survive the winter, and planting can be done in the spring when the ground warms up enough (mid April – beginning of may). As a rule, lilacs planted in the spring, take root worse than autumn. Therefore, these shrubs may require additional monitoring and care (careful watering in dry weather, the use of stimulants rooting).
Lilac is quite unpretentious and wildlife is able to thrive even in the most demanding conditions. However, when choosing a landing site consider the following factors: shrub prefers plain with a moderately moist and fertile soil, well-lit by the sun and sheltered from cold winds. If you put lilac in the shade, the bushes are pulled, you lose the pomp and cease to bloom.
The distance between seedlings is largely dependent on the capabilities of the site and design ideas. The minimum length between individual trees with 2-3 meters on each side. For planting prepare a hole the size of the root system of the seedling. Make your fertilizer depending on the composition of the earth. Poor soil soil soil organic matter (humus or compost), clay soils loosen sand, peat moss or leaf humus. Place the seedling in the ground so that the root collar was located at the same level with the soil. Sprinkle it gently and carefully pour.
The first season of lilacs in need of care – watering during drought and loosening. Once the plant takes hold, care almost not required.