Wonderfully scented, star-shaped, white flowers appear in late spring among glossy, aromatic, dark green leaves. This handsome, compact and easy-to-grow shrub is a valuable garden mainstay for a protected site in sun or part shade, although in shade it may not flower. The glossy, evergreen leaves provide an excellent backdrop for medium-sized perennials and pale-grey or purple foliage plants.
- Position: Full sun or Part shade
- Soil: Well drained, Fertile
- Eventual Size: 2m - 2.5m Height & Spread
- Habit: Broad bushy
- Foliage: Evergreen
- Common Names: Mexican orange (Sundance)
You can prune most evergreen shrubs just before growth starts in mid-spring, after any risk of frost has passed. Pruning at this time will avoid frost damage to new shoots, and any pruning scars will be concealed by new growth.
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Sue on 12 Aug 2016
Hi, just received my third plant this month from your company. Looks great. If this plant settles in as well as the other two, I am going to be extremely delighted. Wanted you to know how pleased I am with the plants and with the service you have provided. Thank you and look forward to doing business with you again in the future. Sue