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Choisya 'Goldfingers'

Choisya × dewitteana 'Goldfingers'

Also known as

Mexican Orange 'Goldfingers'

Photo by CandideUK (All rights reserved)

Full Sun
Easy care
Light watering
Frost Hardy


RHS hardiness


Minimum temperature

Expected size









  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

This plant has a strong fragrance

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Choisya 'Goldfingers' Overview

Choisya × dewitteana 'Goldfingers' is a bushy but compact evergreen shrub that is native to the highlands of Mexico. It produces narrowly dissected, palm-shaped yellow leaves that will be brighter if it gets lots of sun. The flowers are white, star-shaped and born in clusters in spring and early summer, then again in autumn. They are orange scented. Hence Choisya often being referred to as Mexican Orange Blossom. Needing a sheltered, sunny position and well-drained soil, Choisya 'Gold Fingers' can be used just about anywhere in a garden that needs a bright and attractive shrub. It is suitable for coastal conditions and can be grown in a large container. It is also useful for covering banks and slopes. Feed regularly in growing season to maximise growth and enhance foliage colour, and tidy up any straggly foliage after flowering. Choisya 'Goldfingers' is the preferred selling name for Choisya × dewitteana 'Limo' and is protected under Plant Breeders' Rights. These provide the breeders of new plants exclusive control over the plant material for a set amount of time.

Common problems with Choisya 'Goldfingers'

How to propagate Choisya 'Goldfingers'


You can propagate by taking semi-ripe cuttings in late summer.

Special features of Choisya 'Goldfingers'

Attractive flowers

Attracts useful insects

Attractive leaves

Autumn colour

Winter colour

Pot plant