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Choisya ternata Sundance = 'Lich'PBR
Mexican Orange Blossom - 3 litres

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  • Choisya ternata Sundance = 'Lich'PBR Mexican Orange Blossom - 3 litres
  • Choisya ternata Sundance = 'Lich'PBR Mexican Orange Blossom - 3 litres
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£12.99 0850002794 Category: Plants > Shrubs > Evergreen Shrubs
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Choisya ternata Sundance ('Lich'), a golden-leaved variety of the Mexican orange blossom, is one of the most popular shrubs ever raised, with bright golden, aromatic evergreen foliage providing colour throughout the year. Fragrant white flowers may appear in spring, early summer or autumn. Forms a dense, rounded shrub typically around 1.5m high and wide (5ft), though can get considerably taller by a sheltered wall. Thrives in any well-drained, fertile soil, with brightest foliage colour in sun, a pleasing greenish-gold in light shade. To maintain compactness, trim lightly in midsummer.

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Awards RHS Award of Garden Merit
Botanical name Choisya ternata
British nursery grown Y
Common name Mexican Orange Blossom
Drought resistance Moderate
Flower colour White
Flowering time Spring, Summer, Autumn
Foliage Evergreen
Foliage colour Yellow
Fragrance Y
Guarantee Lifetime Guarantee
Habit Bushy
Plant breeders' rights code 'Lich'
Plant type Evergreen Shrubs
Season of interest Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
Size 3 litres
Stem colour Green, Yellow
Time to maturity 5 - 10 years
Ultimate height 1.1m - 1.5m
Ultimate spread 1.1m - 1.5m

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