The Syringa ligustrina proves to be a much later lilac than any now grown, and prolongs the favorite lilac season admirably. The Siberian lilac, Syringa Josikae, comes in about a week or two after the Persian. This new one follows, and continues to near midsummer. The individual flowers are like the Privet, and they have the pleasant odor of Privet; but they come in huge masses as large as a bunch of Horse Chestnut flowers. The growth is much stronger and more treelike than the ordinary lilac.