Mock Orange


4 – 8


6 – 8 feet



By: Meriel Bradley

The mock orange as its name suggests is not a true orange, but it does have beautiful citrus-scented blossoms.

Some varieties are more fragrant than others so check with your local garden centre as to the best varieties for your garden and be sure to plant it where you can enjoy its fragrance.

Quick Facts

Blooms in late spring

Very fragrant blossoms with a citrus scent

Full sun to part shade

Grows 4 – 8 feet depending on the variety

Blooms on previous years growth so prune after it has bloomed to keep it in shape

Attracts butterflies

Zones 4 – 8

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