CHOISYA TERNATA

P. In colder districts this climber remains a shrub 6 ft. in height, but in mild regions, planted against a sunny wall with partial shade, in moist soil, three parts loam, it will climb to a considerable height and spread well, its profusion of fragrant stellate blossom making a striking picture. Slight pruning is beneficial in April. Increase by layering, or cuttings under glass, both in August. The popular name is Mexican orange blossom.

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