In 1987 I crossed Choisya ternata with Choisya mollis
Choisya mollis is a compact evergreen shrub with narrow soft felted grey green leaves,
and small white flowers requiring winter protection.
Choisya ternata X Choisya mollis
- Attractive soft grey green leaves
- Compact habit
- Any well drained soil, sun or partial shade
- Flowers white in early spring and a lesser number in the autumn.
- Named after my parents Harry & Nora
Sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline and may vary according to local conditions.
C. ‘White Dazzler’ flowers better in my garden in North Hampshire
C. ‘Harrinora’ in my garden 2005
Grown exclusive in France – not available in the UK.
Five have been marketed, number six is completely different C. Apple Blossom is now available (autumn 2015) with two more under trial in Europe.
- Speciesternata x mollis 1987
- CategoryEvergreen shrub
- Height & Spread1.5 - 2 x 2m in 20 years
- Plant Breeders Rights-Genesis Plant Marketing- PBR Propagation for resale is illegal without a licence from the Agent