|Syringa laciniata is a dense, low growing lilac, 6 to 8 feet tall. Flowers are small, pale lilac, fragrant, borne on 3 inch panicles, all along the stems. Foliage is delicate and lacy, very attractive compared to other lilacs. Quite heat tolerant, and a good choice in the southern U.S.
Native to China and Turkestan. Formerly listed as a variety of S. persica.