Versatile, bushy evergreen shrubs used for hedges, ground cover and as a valuable year-round source of evergreen foliage for floristry. All require well drained soil in full sun or partial shade, they also grow very well by the coast. In colder areas they may require some protection in the winter during harsh weather. Pittosporums make excellent hedges in milder areas and should be trimmed in spring or summer. ‘Golf Ball’ and ‘Tom Thumb’ are significantly lower growing varieties suitable for hedges of up to a metre or so, other varieties can be kept as hedges from 1-3 metres.
We deliver these plants to you in the pots they are grown in, because there is no root disturbance they can delivered and planted all year round with excellent results.
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. Use 'Golf Ball' for architectural impact in beds, or as a low hedge.
This is the parent species, a valuable hedging plant for milder localities as well as being a first class back of border shrub. Glossy pale green leaves contrast again black stems. A classic flower arrangers foliage plant.
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.