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Do Lilac Bushes Need to Be Covered in Winter?

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Do Lilac Bushes Need to Be Covered in Winter?

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During the winter, lilacs are in their dormant stage. Young lilac bushes may need to be covered during winter for the first two to three years after being planted. Beyond that, they do not need to be covered and can withstand colder weather more easily.

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