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This is a favourite low maintenance shrub. Thanks to its bright yellow foliage, this choisya cultivar really stands out in the garden. It does not flower as profusely as C. ternata, but it usually produces a show of fragrant white flowers in early summer and sometimes again in autumn. When crushed, the leaves have a distinctive smell, which reminds many gardeners of basil.
Plant type: Evergreen shrub
Flower colour: White
Foliage colour: Golden
Sun exposure: Full sun, Partial shade
Soil: Well-drained/light, Clay/heavy, Acidic, Chalky/alkaline
Skill level: Beginner
Flowering period: May to June
My Choisya - Sundance has started to go yellow at the top. I cut it back as I thought it was wind damage. It's kept in a pot and was in full sun but I've moved it to a more sheltered site to see if there's any improvement.
Any other suggestions as to what might be wrong or what I should do with it?
I have a Dicksonia fern which I packed with straw and then covered with fleece. Having checked the plant I notice the old fronds have gone black. Is this normal or is it a more ominous sign that the plant has been killed by frost?
My mother is worried about her Choisya Sundance.It has gone brown on the top but she is worried that if she cuts the brown shoots off it will not flower. Can you advise please
I resited a choisya sundance last year in autumn. It now appears to be in distress. The leaves appear drought effected. I did not prune it down when i replanted and I believe this is why it has been effected so badly.Should I now in early spring hard prune to see if it improves
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