Choisya ternata - Orange flower
The Choisya ternata, also known colloquially as the orange flower, is an evergreen shrub.
evergreen shrub that reaches a height of between 80 and 100cm when fully grown.
The flowering time is between May and June. With a bit of luck, a second flowering
a second flowering period. During this time the Choisya ternata produces white
white, star-shaped flowers that exude a strong fragrance. The flowers
contrast beautifully with the narrow, shiny, green, decorative leaves.
What is the orange flower suitable for?
This plant is versatile. It finds a place in gardens as a solitary plant
as well as planted in containers. Choisya ternata is not very
demanding, but should be planted in a wind-protected location.
As a rule, the orange flower comes through the winter well, but should be protected from
should be packed away for protection during longer periods of frost.
For one metre of orange flower hedge you need about 4 plants.
plants. The Choisya ternata should be planted in a sunny to semi-shady position.
in a well-drained soil.
The plants should be planted in a sunny to semi-shady position.
The plants are grown in pots, so you can plant Choisya
ternata all year round