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lilac

1. a lilac-gray coat color of cats, most commonly seen as a variety of Siamese or Himalayan (Colorpoint).
2. breed of rabbits with a dove gray coat; originally called Cambridge blue.
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GLORIA GRAHAM, VIA EMAIL AONCE they get into their stride, lilacs need little attention.
Gloria Graham, Stevenage, Herts CAROL: Once they get into their stride, lilacs need little attention.
And don't be put off by their size - while most lilacs grow to around 12ft, there are dwarf varieties for the smaller garden.
Lilacs are a plant with the proven track record for surviving, actually thriving, in bitter cold.
I love lilacs but don't always like to cut my bushes up during their flowering season.
Lilacs are deciduous and extremely hardy, untroubled by our recent cold winters.
Initial chapters describe taxonomy and technical considerations, with separate chapters on lilacs from Europe and Asia, and color in lilacs.
I have two other lilacs that are not blooming again, but I also have a hydrangea that has a bloom on it.
A Named lilacs are often budded on to a rootstock of common lilac.
Walker's prizewinning composition Lilacs for Voice and Orchestra is a 16-minute piece that matches instrumental music with a tenor singing text from Walt Whitman's poem "While Lilacs Last in the Door-yard Bloom'd," which reflects on Abraham Lincoln's assassination.
June 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Everything will be coming up lilacs when Mackinac Island's 56th annual Lilac Festival kicks off June 10 to celebrate summer and the Island's millions of gorgeous lilac blooms.