Choisya × dewitteana White Dazzler ('Londaz') (PBR)

Mexican orange blossom

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Buy Choisya × dewitteana White Dazzler ('Londaz') (PBR) Mexican orange blossom: Great in pots or borders

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: April to May and August to September
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    This compact Mexican orange blossom has fine, almost filigree foliage, which is retained throughout the year, but from mid- to late spring, is almost smothered by the scented white flowers. It is also not unusual for a second (less prolific) flush of flowers to appear in late summer. Great in patio pots or shrub borders, it can also be used to make an interesting informal hedge or low screen.

  • Garden care: Prune established plants in spring immediately after flowering, removing 25-30cm (10-12in) of the flowered stems. This encourages a second flush of flowers in late-summer and autumn. At the same time remove any frost-damaged stems to the base.

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This is a lovely choisya and was smothered in flowers this summer. The flowers lasted for weeks. I can't really comment further. It was a small plant so I expect it will take quite a while to reach a reasonable size. It has put on a little bit of growth this year but it is still small.

Red Shanks

County Durham



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Hello, what is the recommended distance between Choisya × dewitteana white dazzler plants if used as an informal hedge?


Most shrubs used for dense hedging (including this one) should be planted at 30 - 45cm intervals.


My Choisya White Dazzler has developed brown foliage to one side. Is this wind damage? If so will it revive or should I prune out after flowering?

Devon digger

This could have been caused by wind damage, but frost (or if its quite localised, animal pee) could also be the culprit. Most plants are relatively resilient however, so provided it is not subjected to more damage, it should bounce back.


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