Pittosporum Collection Pack Of Five Bargain Packs
Pittosporum are very popular evergreen shrubs are prized for their attractive evergreen foliage that contrasts with their eye-catching black stems. Use them for hedges, back of border shrubs, in containers or even as ground cover. Their attractive foliage is often in demand from flower arrangers as it is available all year and always looks good.
Our Bargain Pack of five plants is supplied as young shrubs in 2 litre pots (exactly the same as those in our Hedging section and all individually labelled) but with a discount of 25% compared to buying the same 5 plants individually, each pack will contain one each of the following five types:
Pittosporum Abbotsbury Gold: This magnificent evergreen shrub has immaculate foliage all year, the new growth has attractive golden markings contrasting with the mature leaves and the black stems.
Pittosporum Elizabeth: A popular Pittosporum that has delicate wavy edges leaves of cream and green, during the colder months the mature leaves take on hues of pink making this an attractive plant in all seasons.
Pittosporum Irene Patterson: This is a highly desirable and very sough after Pittosporum, the unique leaves are almost completely creamy white at first and mature to a marbled cream and shining green that catches and reflects the light in all seasons.
Pittosporum Golf Ball: A dense and bushy variety that grows naturally into a low ball shape, the mint green foliage makes this a great choice for giving contrast against many other plants.
Pittosporum Tom Thumb: This beautiful little Pittosporum is always popular, valued for its rich reddish purple foliage that looks great all year, particularly in spring and summer when the light green new growth makes a stunning contrast.
(Should any of the varieties above be out of stock we may substitute with other similar young trees of the same size and value, always in five different varieties)
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These sturdy reliable low maintenance plants are best in full sun, tolerant of most well drained soils, Pittosporum shrubs are hardy but will struggle in colder areas that regularly freeze with cold winds. Therefore, giving thought to the positioning or the need to give them protection over the winter months should be considered when planting. It makes a great hedging plant for milder locations, making it an excellent choice for coastal gardens. They are best trimmed after flowering in mid spring and can take heavy pruning if required.