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Clothes pins will sometimes hold the cover in place. We planted what was left again with little hope but it did start putting out leaves about half way through the summer. You certainly will be happy to know, that Lilac bushes transplant easily. None of my local nurseries can answer my questions, although I am now trying a new systemic and at one nursery suggestion, a new fertilizer as her thought was I was "starving" the plant. Water in. I don't know what to do. You do not name the ground cover but you are probably correct in expecting it to return, despite your pulling it out.
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Use frame often homemade or stakes or, for example, a ladder and drape the cover over the plant. I love these charmingly wonderful flowers! We recommend you do not trim a Lilac bush. But, trimming a lilac bush can result in trimming away next year's blooms.
Description: I planted it where i had removed an above ground pool and was wondering if the sand that was used to level the pool on installation could be the reason. This action will force new vigorous growth and put you back on the road to having a beautiful, properly proportioned shrub. It is healthy and gets very small blooms every year but looks like it hasn't grown an inch since it was planted. Now I see a few of my other lilacs and now, a few other species, like a rose and maple tree!