Common Name: Mexican mockorange
Origin/Ecology: native to Mexico
Habit: Rounded, medium-sized bushy evergreen shrub. Grows to 2.5 m tall before flopping over.
Leaves: Dark, glossy green leaves divided into three broad leaflets.
Leaf Arrangement: Opposite
Flowers and Fruit: White 5-petaled flowers produced in summer, sweet smell.
Water Use, Soil: Well-drained
Exposure: Full sun
Landscape Uses: Border, privacy, fragrance.
Limitations: Generally disease free; can get glasshouse red spider mite and damage by snails.