Variegated Pittosporum


A combination of light green and white variegated leaves on a compact, heavily-branched plant. Very fragrant white flowers in spring smell like citrus blossoms. Matures at 6 to 8 feet tall and wide.

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Glossy evergreen leaves are tightly arranged in whorls at the ends of the branches. Variegated forms are perhaps even more common in the landscape than the dark green species due to the appeal of their gray-green and cream leaves.

Pittosporum bears extremely fragrant, orange-blossom scented, flower clusters in early to mid spring. The cream-white flower clusters are two to three inches wide and very showy against the dark green foliage of the species plant. They are less visible against the lighter leaves of variegated cultivars, but just as highly scented.