How Big Are Japanese Lilac Dwarf Trees?

Japanese lilac trees (Syringa reticulata) can grow to be up to 25 feet tall. There are no dwarf varieties of this tree. However, the Korean dwarf lilac, the most popular variety of which is "Miss Kim," grows to be around 5 to 8 feet tall.

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