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Choisya ternata

Nov 9

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Monday, November 9, 2015  RssIcon

A great flowering shrub at present is Choisya ternata, Mexican orange blossom. It has scented flowers and leaves adn is related to lemons and oranges ( hence the common name)

A hardy plant but it can get lemon tree borer, in which case use borer treatment down the holes. If the leaves go silver, it is thrips, so you can apply a safe insecticide. 


  

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