Murraya - the superstar evergreen, dense, fast-growing shrub, great for a hedging shrub that's always in bloom! This evergreen wonder is the perfect addition to your garden with its highly scented white flowers that bloom in spring and summer. And the best part? It loves rain just as much as you do so you can expect a dazzling display of flowers after every light shower. So why settle for a plain old hedge when you can have a sweet-smelling Murraya masterpiece?
Are murraya roots invasive?
While murraya paniculata (also known as orange jessamine, orange jasmine, or mock orange) The Murraya paniculata does not have invasive root systems.
Where do murraya grow best?
Murraya grow best in warm climates from the South Coast NSW to Queensland. If you live in cooler climates like Melbourne and frosty inland regions consider planting something like Viburnum tinus instead. Flowers from spring to early summer and then spot flowering periodically over the warm months of the year.
How far from a fence should I plant Murraya?
When planting these types of murraya for a hedge, the ideal spacing is about 2.5 feet (76 cm). You can keep them closer at 2 feet (60 cm) if you prefer a denser screen.
Is murraya toxic to dogs?
It is non-toxic. Your Murraya hedge is completely safe for humans and pets and is in fact, completely edible.