DESCRIPTION – An evergreen tall shrub with small silvery green leaves on blackish stems. Quick growing with dense foliage. One of the better varieties of Pittosporum.
CULTURAL - Prefers a moist well drained soil in a sunny to partly shaded position. For best results fertilise with a long term slow release fertilizer in early Spring, and prune to shape when required. Will tolerate dry periods, light frosts and coastal conditions when established.
LANDSCAPE USE – A very effective screening plant that can be kept clipped from 2-4 metres and will not grow too wide. It is also useful for seaside gardens, shrubberies and general garden planting. A good container plant providing it doesn’t dry out.