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Choisya ternata 'Sundance' (Mexican Orange Blossom)
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Choisya ternata  'Sundance' (Mexican Orange Blossom)

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One of the best evergreen shrubs although sensitive to frost in some aeas.
It is of a neat rounded appearance 2mH, with shiny yellow leaves which glow in the sun. Scented white starry flowers appear in May and the leaves are also scented.
Any reasonable garden soil; will tolerate some shade but looks best in sun.
Prune in spring and/or autumn.
Propagate by planting softwood cuttings in a cold frame in the summer.



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