• Mexican orange blossom Sundance Lich
  • Mexican orange blossom Sundance Lich
  • Mexican orange blossom Sundance Lich
  • Mexican orange blossom Sundance Lich
  • Mexican orange blossom Sundance Lich
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  • Mexican orange blossom Sundance Lich
  • Mexican orange blossom Sundance Lich
  • Mexican orange blossom Sundance Lich
  • Mexican orange blossom Sundance Lich
  • Mexican orange blossom Sundance Lich

Mexican orange blossom Sundance Lich

Choisya ternata Sundance Lich

Our favorite is the Choisya ternata Sundance Lich , commonly known as Mexican orange blossom Sundance Lich . This superb shrub with a compact and bushy habit radiates the garden in spring when young shoots appear of a very bright golden yellow. The large evergreen leaves with oval and pointed...
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Description

Height at maturity 1,50 - 2 m
Wingspan at maturity 1 - 1,50 m
Exposure Shadow, half shadow
Flowering mai - juin puis Août - septembre
Hardiness -20°C

Our favorite is the Choisya ternata Sundance Lich, commonly known as Mexican orange blossom Sundance Lich. This superb shrub with a compact and bushy habit radiates the garden in spring when young shoots appear of a very bright golden yellow. The large evergreen leaves with oval and pointed blades turn lime green while clusters of white, very fragrant and honey-bearing flowers burst forth from April to June and then rise again in August - September.

Planted in ordinary, well-drained soil, the Choisya ternate Sundance Lich appreciates a sunny or partial shade location, if possible sheltered from the wind. Under these optimum conditions, it can reach an adult height of 1.50 to 2 m for a spread of 1.50. mr. Resistant to harsh winter conditions, the Mexican orange blossom Sundance Lich tolerates temperatures down to -20 ° C.

Easy to grow, the Choisya ternate Sundance Lich is satisfied with a light pruning in June just after the first flowering, it imposes itself majestically in the center of a free hedge next to a neighbor such as the variegated weigelia dwarf. Isolated in a large container placed on a terrace, it perfumes the surroundings of the house with the intoxicating scent of its luxuriant flowering.

Features

  • Common name : Oranger du Mexique Sundance Lich
  • Family : Rutaceae
  • Category : shrub
  • Spread : 1 - 1,50 m
  • Foliage : evergreen
  • Color of flowers : white
  • Use : isolated - shrubbery - hedge
  • Soil : slightly acidic
  • Habit : compact
  • Earth to use : 75% universal potting soil and 25% heath earth
  • Density per m² : Plantation en ligne tous les 0,80 m ou 1 à 2 au M²
  • Enemies : nothing to report
  • Possible diseases : resistant to diseases
  • Photo taken : Botanical garden of Meise

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