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Increasing the pittosporums.

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By Anget


Increasing the pittosporums.

The tenuifolium one has grown well in 6 years. I planted 2 other varieties last year because we liked them so much. The smaller on the left was grown on for a couple of years and has shot off since planting out last summer. I think this one is 'Krinkled Blue', much sparser branched than the tenuifoilium.
Must get on with staining the fences!!



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Great support from here also for Pittisporums...it looks like our billowing one,Ang.

16 Mar, 2022

 

Meadow, I put a third one (different type) in the evergreen border near our lounge. It, too, has really taken off. I'm really pleased with them as I feel with a lot of shrubs I shall be in my dotage before they get going!

16 Mar, 2022

 

Ang,do you have Tom Thumb?..a much more compact shrub.

17 Mar, 2022

 

No, I don't Meadow. But I do have a 'Golf Ball' to plant out once I can see where the spaces are!

17 Mar, 2022

 

I like the sound of 'Spaces'!!!

17 Mar, 2022

 

There should be a few! I feel you looking over my shoulder...

17 Mar, 2022

 

Oh dear,only in a caring wayx

17 Mar, 2022

 

:-))

17 Mar, 2022



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