P. grandiflbrus-----A taller shrub than the last, with larger flowers. 6 to 10 feet high. Leaves, broad, oval or ovate, acute, distantly toothed. Flowers, 1 to 3 terminating the stem or axillary among the upper leaves. April and May.

Along streams in the Southern States. The sweet syringa of our Northern gardens, with large flowers, in terminal spikes, is P. corondrius.