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Plants Matching pittosporum

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Image of Pittosporum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Pittosporum)

Pittosporum's are evergreen trees or dense rounded shrubs which are native to New Zealand, Japan and South Africa. They have green, oval leaves, and small, white, often fragrant flowers. They can grow to a wide range of sizes, as there are many cultivars. Full to partial sun and well drained soil is preferred. Pittosporum's can be used for hedges, screens, feature plants and windbreaks. They are drought and salt tolerant plants.

Image of Pittosporum eugenioides photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Lemonwood)

This tender evergreen shrub offers great looks and noteworthy fragrance in spring. Lemonwood is a native of New Zealand, the largest of all Pittosporum species found there. In the wild it is found at the edges of forests or in the moist conditions along stream banks. This points to a preference for more moisture than others of this genus. It is a small to medium tree bearing green wavy edge leaves that are densely held for a lush screen or background.

Lemonwood produces clusters...

Image of Pittosporum tenuifolium photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(New Zealand Pittosporum)

This very large shrub is a versatile fast growing evergreen that serves many roles in the mild climate garden. It is a native of New Zealand where it is found at the edges of forests in coastal regions where rainfall is limited but air is moist. This is highly ornamental, bearing large glossy emerald green leaves upon striking black stems. In youth it is more pyramidal but growth slows with age for a rounder form at maturity. It can become a small to medium tree or pruned for a lush screen or background.

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Image of Pittosporum tobira photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Japanese Cheesewood, Mock Orange)

Japanese mock orange is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its dense branches bear whorls of glossy, leathery, oval leaves. Terminal clusters of creamy-white, bell-shaped, sweetly fragrant flowers appear in spring, followed by orange pea-sized fruit that opens to reveal red seeds. Variegated and dwarf cultivars are available.

Japanese mock orange prefers sun or partial shade and moist, fertile, well drained soil. It is highly salt tolerant. Use it in unsheared hedges, foundation...

Image of Pittosporum tobira

James Burghardt

(Japanese Cheesewood)

A compact, dense habit sets this vigorous Pittosporum apart from the others. Japanese mock orange is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its thick branches bear dense whorls of large, glossy, leathery, oval leaves. Terminal clusters of creamy white, bell-shaped, sweetly fragrant flowers appear in spring, followed by orange pea-sized fruit that opens to reveal red seeds.

Japanese mock orange prefers sun or partial shade and moist, fertile, well-drained soil. It...

(Japanese Cheesewood)

A compact habit and moderate growth rate sets this vigorous Pittosporum apart from the others. Japanese mock orange is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its thick branches bear dense whorls of large, glossy, leathery, oval leaves. Terminal clusters of creamy white, bell-shaped, sweetly fragrant flowers appear in spring, followed by orange pea-sized fruit that opens to reveal red seeds.

Japanese mock orange prefers sun or partial shade and moist, fertile, well-drained...

(Japanese Cheesewood)

A compact habit, slow growth and exceptional hardiness set this vigorous Pittosporum apart from the others. Japanese mock orange is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its thick branches bear dense whorls of large, glossy, leathery, oval leaves. Terminal clusters of creamy white, bell-shaped, sweetly fragrant flowers appear in spring, followed by orange pea-sized fruit that opens to reveal red seeds.

Japanese mock orange prefers sun or partial shade and moist,...

(Japanese Cheesewood)

A very compact habit, slow growth rate and beautiful blotchy variegated foliage set ‘Lauralee’ apart from the others. Japanese mock orange is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its thick branches bear dense whorls of large, glossy, leathery, oval leaves. Terminal clusters of creamy white, bell-shaped, sweetly fragrant flowers appear in spring, followed by orange pea-sized fruit that opens to reveal red seeds.

Japanese mock orange prefers sun or partial shade and moist,...

(Dwarf Japanese Cheesewood, Japanese Cheesewood)

A super compact habit, slow growth rate set this Pittosporum apart. It is a functional and pretty little mounded shrub for warm climes. Japanese mock orange is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its thick branches bear dense whorls of large, glossy, leathery, oval leaves. Terminal clusters of creamy white, bell-shaped, sweetly fragrant flowers appear in spring, followed by orange pea-sized fruit that opens to reveal red seeds.

Japanese mock orange prefers sun...

(Japanese Cheesewood)

A compact habit, slow growth and beautifully variegated foliage set this Pittosporum apart from the rest. This functional and pretty mounded shrub is ideal for landscapes where winters are mild.

Japanese mock orange is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its thick branches bear dense whorls of large, glossy, leathery, oval leaves. The pretty leaves have irregular pale yellow edges and look great all season. Terminal clusters of creamy white, bell-shaped, sweetly...