Make lilac season last longer with the late-blooming Donald Wyman Lilac. In late spring, its pink-purple flowers open, perfuming the air and inviting butterflies and hummingbirds. It produces plenty of flower clusters, so you'll have some for cutting and bringing indoors. Growing 8-10 ft. tall, this deciduous shrub has a rounded habit and lush green foliage. It's an ideal flowering shrub for informal hedges, shrub borders or as a backdrop for perennials. To extend the lilac season, plant early blooming lilacs along with the late-blooming Donald Wyman Lilac. Grows best in full sun. Our Donald Wyman Lilac Hedge makes it affordable to plant several lilacs as a hedge.