Pittosporum tenuifolium Tom Thumb (Kohuhu)
Genus : Pittosporum
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full sun, partial shade, south, east, west
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acid, alkaline, neutral
(H3) Tender in frost
RHS Award of Garden Merit
Growing no higher than 100cm, Pittosporum tenuifolium Tom Thumb has wavy-margined, bronze-purple leaves and dramatic, dark grey to black young stems, with creamy-green new leaves emerging at the end of spring. Tiny honey-scented red flowers in spring. Kohuhu is a popular, compact evergreen bush for the garden or large container.
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