A compact form of this bushy shrub with small, silvery, leaves with wavy margins, can be grown as a specimen or clipped for a hedge.The foliage has a loverly silvery sheen. Bell-shaped, honey-scented, black-red flowers. Height 4 m. Spread 2 m. Flowers from May to June. Fruit colour Grey, Black. from July. Evergreen. Frost hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with compost and a suitable fertiliser.
- Common Names: Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Oliver Twist'
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Pippa on 19 Jul 2017
Well done Big Plant Nursery! Initially my plant was out of stock however a very friendly chap called me to say they were receiving a new batch and he would find me a nice healthy specimen. What can I say - Im over the moon my purchase arrived a day later with great care taken to protect it for its journey. Larger than anticipated and looks so fanatically healthy. Brilliant service all round You've made me so very happy. Thank you very much!