CHOISYA as a Hedgeplant
Choisya ternata, 3 to 5 ft., makes an excellent sweet-smelling, flowering hedge for milder districts. The abundant whiteborne in late April and early May occasionally appear again later in the year. It flourishes in towns, and in all types of , and can be pruned fairly hard after flowering. Plant 15 in. apart in late September, October or April, but do not expect flowers for the first year or two.