Choisya Ternata is commonly known as Mexican Orange Blossom or Mock Orange.
It originates from Mexico this low growing shrub works well in gardens sheltered from cold winds. The beautiful glossy evergreen foliage stays a dark green all year and it is covered in flowers in summer. The white flowers are fragrant and because of their resemblance to orange blossom - it gets its common name. The leaves are also fragrant and a quite trim to keep in shape at the end of the growing season gives a lovely citrussy smell in the garden.
The Royal Horticultural Society has given it its Award of Garden Merit (AGM).
Betula Jacquemontii Multistemmed