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Preparing Syringa vulgaris (Common Lilac)


Preparing Syringa vulgaris (Common Lilac) for Export to Europe, America, Japan, and Korea



We take great care to ensure that our plants are of the highest quality and arrive in perfect condition. Here’s a brief overview of our export process for Syringa vulgaris (Common Lilac).


Initial Trimming

The first step in preparing Common Lilac for export is to conduct an initial trimming of the branches. Our skilled workers carefully trim the branches to the desired length and remove any leaves or buds that may detract from the shrub’s appearance. We also prune any branches that are dead, diseased, or damaged, to ensure that the plant remains healthy and vibrant.



After the initial trimming, we clean the Common Lilac thoroughly to remove any dirt or debris. We immerse the shrubs in water and gently wash them using a soft brush, taking care not to damage the delicate blooms.


Second Trimming

Once the Common Lilac has been cleaned and dried, we conduct a second trimming of the branches to ensure that they are of the desired length and shape.


Second Cleaning

After the second trimming, we clean the Common Lilac again to remove any debris or dust that may have accumulated during the trimming process.

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To protect against potential plant diseases or pests, we disinfect the Common Lilac using specialized solutions. Our team takes great care to follow all safety protocols to ensure that the disinfection process is effective without damaging the shrubs.



After disinfection, we store the Common Lilac in a refrigerated environment to maintain their freshness and quality.



Before shipment, we moisturize the Common Lilac branches using a specialized solution that helps to prevent the blooms from drying out during transit.



We package the Common Lilac in a way that ensures the shrubs remain in perfect condition during transit. We use specialized packaging materials that protect the shrubs from bumps and jostling during transport, and we ensure that the blooms are not crushed or damaged in any way.



Finally, we ship them.