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Pittosporum phylliraeoides

Bush Apricot

An attractive small tree with verdant drooping leaves and branches, small creamy bell-flowers and orange seed capsules resembling undersized apricots, only to split open revealing seeds encased in red pulp. These seeds are bitter to eat, but popular with birds. Grows to 5 metres and tolerates a variety of soils.

  • Screening

  • Bird and butterfly attracting

  • Attractive

  • Moderate water

  • Partial shade

  • Tree

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