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3 Mexican Orange Blossom Plants / Choisya 'Ternata' in 2L Pots

£31.99

3 Mexican Orange Blossom / Choisya 'Ternata' in 2L Pots

 

This well-loved evergreen shrub from Mexico enjoys warm conditions and has beautiful and fragrant star-shaped white flowers.

Growing Details

Common Name: Mexican orange blossom
Genus: Choisya
Species: ternata
Skill Level: Beginner
Exposure: Full sun, Partial shade, Shade
Hardiness: Hardy
Soil type: Well-drained/light, Acidic, Chalky/alkaline
Height: 300cm
Spread: 250cm
Time to take cuttings: May to July

Description

In mild gardens it will reach full size in the open, but elsewhere plants benefit if sheltered from the cold winds that can damage the foliage and restrict growth - a warm wall is ideal, or plants may be grown in containers that can be moved under cover in winter.

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  1. Beautiful Plants 5

    Posted by Daphne on 16th Nov 2020

    This is the second order I have had from Beechwood. Good sized plants. Well packed.Would reccommend the 3 FAT PIGS for producing these lovely plants

  2. Delivered in time and good quality 5

    Posted by Unknown on 28th May 2020

    I am very pleased with the delivery and the plants. They arrived when they were supposed to and were in good condition.

  3. Very pleased 5

    Posted by Mrs A Jenkins on 14th Jan 2020

    I have received 3 Choisya Ternata plants today and they were very well packaged. They arrived quickly after order and they are in a lovely condition, very healthy looking. Cant wait to plant them in the ground.

  4. Choisya hedging 4

    Posted by Unknown on 2nd May 2019

    Having ordered 3 x 5 2 L pots of Choisya 'Ternata' I was very pleased that they arrived on time and were very well packed so that the plants were well protected from damage and the compost they were planted in was well watered.

    The plants are lovely now planted - I have given 4 rather than 5 stars simply because 2 of the 15 plant's showed some pest damage to the leaves - maybe a caterpillar - although I could not find any evidence of the actual insect.