A real gem of a shrub, for glorious golden yellow cheerfulness in your garden all year round - holding these lovely foliage colours for the full 12 months.
A low maintenance and slow growing hardy shrub, 'Sundance' forms a dome of foliage and in spring produces clusters of fragrant citrus-like flowers, hence its common name of 'Mexican Orange Blossom'.
Use it as a specimen plant, on its own or in a mixed border where it will contrast with the ordinary foliage of hardy perennials and complements lavenders and blues wonderfully. Place it in a container on your patio where it will form a rounded clump of golden leaves.
Supplied as an established plant in a 9cm pot rteady for planting out or potting up, you can expect your Choisya to grow to 1.5 x 1.5m in 10 years.