A large bushy shrub with greyish green, pink-spotted leaves margined white. Bell-shaped dark purple flowers. (AGM)
A compact form of Pittosporum which makes a very attractive shrub. This variety has small glossy evergreen leaves which are variegated green and gold and have wavy edges. The pretty foliage is set off against black stems and though not noted for its flowers these are chocolate brown, very nicely vanilla scented and produced in Spring.
Neat and compact evergreen shrub with spear-shaped leaves. Deep pink-purple flowers from May to August. Ht.0.75mt.(2.5ft.). Fully to half hardy. Grows in sun on well-drained soil. Good for coastal areas. Drought resistant 2ltr pot.
A relatively hardy species with silvery grey foliage and white flowers in summer. An excellent screening plant.
A rounded, evergreen shrub with glossy green leaves, red when young, turning glossy chestnut-brown. Clusters of pendent white flowers in late winter and spring. 3ltr pot