Pittosporum patulum

A most unusual hardy species from New Zealand, very rarely available, with an upright habit to 4.5m high. Juvenile foliage is brown-purple tinged, very narrow, up to 5cm long and conspicuously lobed, turning to entire or toothed and up to 12cm in the adult stage. Small fragrant, bell shaped, crimson flowers in terminal clusters in summer. A distinctive foliage plant and very rarely offered.

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