What is the plant
This evergreen shrub is well-known for having the star-shaped white flowers that bring with it a citrus smell between the months of April and May. But for the rest of the season, you can enjoy glossy foliage with leaves that look like small palm tree leaves. Colloquially referred to as the Mexican orange blossom, the species made its way to Europe in 1826 and ever since then has become a popular shrub for the small amount of attention and maintenance required, and more importantly the ability to thrive in any soil against any diseases or pests, and with no pruning.
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