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Mock-orange-bushes, mock orange plants though it’s not a true orange, its name supposedly derives from the fragrant white flowers which in some varieties are thought to resemble that of orange blossoms. and while the blooming of this lovely shrub is short (only about a week or two), you can still enjoy the dark green foliage of mock orange plants.. Mock orange is, generally speaking, deciduous  and multi-stemmed, with a height and spread that are roughly the same. it is classified as a shrub (bush), although some people refer to mock orange "trees."  mock orange shrubs are rich with nectar and attract butterflies. as the "mock" in its name suggests, mock orange is not a true orange., mock orange these deciduous shrubs are the real deal when it comes to scent. like the orange blossoms they resemble (they aren’t relatives), these flowers have a lovely fragrance. in fact, that is the most common reason they are planted..

Mock orange shrubs are known for being very hardy. they will adapt to a wide range of soils as long as they are located in a well-drained site. a mock orange can tolerate a little shade but will flower more profusely in full sun. an additional benefit of this plant is the wonderfully fragrant, citrus smelling, blooms it produces., companion plants as a border background, mock orange provides the ideal background for bold double red garden peony, (paeonia lactiflora 'double red'), fairy tale pink daylily, (hemerocallis hybrids 'fairy tale pink')and coral bells hardy azalea, (azalea 'coral bells')..

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