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Lemon and lime

This evergreen, semi-hardy shrub has lemon yellow and lime green foliage.

Which will catch your eye in the summer. In winter it becomes even more appealing with its orange flush.

It is a low growning and bushy shrub.

Plant in full sun or partial shade in a neutral to slightly acid, moist well drained soil.

Lightly trim any branches that spoil the symmetry of the shrub.

As this shrub is semi-evergreen it may lose some of its leaves in the winter, but fresh new foliage appears in the spring.

Can reach a height of 1m and spread 0.8m.


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