Pittosporum Rhomibfolium

Common Name : Pittosporum Rhombifolium

Plant Description

A popular ornamental, evergreen tree from NSW and Queensland. Bark is grey, rough and cork like, foliage is dark green, leaves long and similar to Holly leaves and it bears small white flowers in clusters from November to January which are the followed by orange berries. Its a fast grower and will attract bees, birds and butterflies to your garden. A rainforest tree and is also known as Diamond leaf Pittosporum or Queensland Laurel

Plant Specifications

  • Plant UsesUsed as a Street tree, Shade tree, Informal screen or Windbreak. Popular for use in Tropical or Bush themed gardens
  • Water RequirementsHardy once established.
  • Plant availabilityAvailable now
  • PositionFull sun to light shade
  • Height / Width10-15 m high and canopy may reach 5 m wide
  • CareTip prune regularly while young. Wind, Frost and Salt tolerant
  • SoilWell drained soil