Choisya ternata ‘Sundance’ is a classic municipal shrub, however it is also a real mainstay in domestic gardens and shrub border. Choisya is predominantly loved for its evergreen, glossy foliage and ‘Sundance’, a much more vibrant yellow form, is no different. In late spring Choisya ternata ‘Sundance’ will produce clusters of small white flowers which are attractive to bees. This evergreen shrub is ideal for a border in light shade where it’ll form an attractive, vibrant dome.
Dig a hole large and deep enough to take the plant’s root ball.
Gently tap the plant out of its pot without disturbing the soil around the roots.
Position the plant at the bottom of the hole so the plant’s crown is level with the surface and sits at the same depth as it was in the pot; make sure the roots are in direct contact with the soil.
Backfill with the excavated soil and firm in gently. Water to settle the soil around the roots.
Shrubs are easy-care plants getting better every year with the minimum of fuss.
Watering: Water regularly in the first few weeks after planting and then make sure the plants are kept moist in dry spell; but don’t overwater .Plants will send their roots down in search of moisture as they grow.
Feeding: Give shrubs a boost with a handful of granular feed hoed into the soil in spring.
Pruning: most evergreens need minimum pruning. Prune flowering stems after flowering to encourage a second flush of blooms in late summer.
Flowers April-May. August-September
Supplied in a 3 litre pot