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Related to Syringa: Syringa reticulata, Syringa vulgaris

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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Trust, commitment, community - these are some of the values that define our relationship with Syringa Networks, that underscore why our partnership continues to strengthen, commented John Scherzinger, senior vice president, North America Sales, ADVA Optical Networking.
150 phyllostachys pubescens Begonia masoniana -- -- -- -- Callistephus -- -- -- -- chinensis Syringa oblate 145.
Jerry F Aldape will remain president and chief executive officer of Syringa Bancorp, and will continue to oversee investor relations for the company.
Like an ancient artifact, however, the poem suggests remoteness is a testament to endurance, as the poet, the syringa, and the nightingale "sing-long.
Syringa last year undertook a $40 million investment to bring broadband service to rural communities in southern and eastern Idaho within the next year.
It is far more difficult to take in Syringa at a single sitting than any of Carter's other vocal settings.
Syringa Bancorp is the holding company of Syringa Bank, an Idaho state-chartered commercial bank, operating six branch locations, and two mortgage offices, all within the state of Idaho.
The Japanese Tree Lilac, Syringa reticulata, grows upright to 20 feet tall with either single or multiple trunks that are clothed with smooth, reddish cherry-like bark.
Plant late flowering Clematis viticella varieties to scramble through spring and summer-flowering shrubs such as phila-delphus and syringa.
Other good choices include a white lilac, Syringa vulgaris Alba and a white Dicentra spectabilis Alba, which has heart-shaped flowers, while the ferny leaves look wonderful under trees or around shrubs.
Syringa showed definite promise on turf and is stronger now.
Lilacs thrive on low nitrogen welrained soil and I suspect the dwarf form you purchased would be Syringa palbiniana, which is an alpine form reaching four feet or so in height.