10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PITTOSPORUM»
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Groundcovers for the South
Dwarf. Pittosporum. Raphiolepis spp. Indian Hawthorn. Say: pit-uss-POR-um toe-
BYE-ruh Family: Pittosporaceae (Pittosporum) Other names: Wheeler's
pittosporum, Japanese mock orange Origin: Japan Zones: 8B–11 Light: Sun to
Poisonous Plants of California
Pittosporum phillyraeoides, Willow Pittosporum; shrub or small tree, branches
pendulous; leaves linear-lanceolate, to 4 in. long; flowers yellow, to 2 in. long,
solitary or few in a cluster Pittosporum tenuifolium; from New Zealand; tree;
CRC World Dictionary of Plant Nmaes: Common Names, ...
Australia: narrow-leaved pittosporum, weeping pittosporum, desert willow,
butterbush, berrigan, wild apricot, locket bush, native apricot P. phylliraeoides DC
. var. microcarpa S. Moore (Pittosporum angustifolium Lodd.; Pittosporum
Umberto Quattrocchi, 1999
The Horticulture Gardener’s Guides - Shrubs
Good structure plants, they grow quickly, giving height without robbing much
space. Pittosporum 'Garnettii' (Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Garnettii') (zone 9-10) is
the easiest to grow. It quickly makes a large, broad, conical shrub, but responds
Identification, Selection, and Use of Southern Plants: For ...
Hardy throughout the lower South, pittosporum performs best in full sunlight to
partial shade and in a loose, moist, well-drained, acidic (pH of 5.8 to 6.0) soil.
Highly sensitive to poorly drained soil. This highly popular southern shrub makes
Neil G. Odenwald, James R. Turner, 2006
1997 IUCN Red List of Threatened Plants
Magnoliopsida (dicots): Pittosporaceae: Pittosporum V 19134 Japan -
Ogasawara-shoto 20626 V Pittosporum bracteolatum Endl. 19108 V Australia -
Norfolk Is. E Pittosporum brevispinum Veiiion & Tirel 20893 E 20893 New
Caledonia 20893 ...
Kerry Scott Walter, Harriet J. Gillett, 1998
CRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants: ...
in China: duan ye hai tong Pittosporum crispulum Gagnepain (Pittosporum
lignilobum Hu & F.T. Wang) China. See De Fructibus et Seminibus Plantarum... .
1: 286, pl. 59, f. 7. 1788 and Bulletin de la Société Botanique de France 55(7):
Umberto Quattrocchi, 2012
Texas Gardening the Natural Way: The Complete Handbook
Pittosporum tobira 'Variegata' pit-tos-SPOR-um toe-BY-rah Evergreen — Sun/
Part Shade Ht. 6-7' Spread 5-6' Spacing 3' habit Soft, billowy-shaped shrub. Gray
-green foliage edged in white. Although will grow much taller, can be kept
The Bradley Bibliography: Dendrology. 1911-12
Pittosporum Mannli: Hooker, Sir J. D. (Linn. Soc. Jour. Bot. VI. 5. 1862.) P.
natlvitatis: Baker, E. G. (In Andrews, C. W. A monograph of Christmas Island . . .
pp. 171-172, pi. 17. 1900.) P. obcordatum: Raoul, [Edouard]. (Ann. Sci. Nat. Bot.
ser. 3, II.
Charles Sprague Sargent, 1912
Name that Flower: The Identification of Flowering Plants
PITTOSPORACEAE pittosporum family Most of the nine genera belonging to this
family are restricted to Australia. Pittosporum, from which the family name is
derived, is the largest genus with about 1 50 species, and it extends into South-
Ian Clarke, Helen Lee, 2003
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PITTOSPORUM»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term pittosporum
is used in the context of the following news items.
Downs, O'Connor Wedding
... cascading bouquet of akita roses and polar star, French hydrangeas and hypericum accented with variegated pittosporum and Italian ruscus. «Dothan Eagle, Jul 15»
The World Just Found Out You Can Email Trees In Melbourne And …
Pittosporum, Sweet Pittosporum: a possum once leapt out of you and gave me a panic attack. Headed up by Melbourne City's urban landscapes team, Urban ... «Junkee, Jul 15»
Doodlebugs pose lethal threat to unsuspecting ants
A: It is called Pittosporum tobira or Japanese mock orange. It is a slow growing shrub that requires weekly irrigation, does well in moderate sun ... «Arizona Daily Star, Jul 15»
Cheviot Valleys Flower Club
... leaves with gold sprayed on them, gold and purple glitter, some folded were added along with variegated fatsia, skimmia and pittosporum. «Northumberland Gazette, Jul 15»
COLUMN: Hedging your bets
Laurels (that include bay trees), pittosporum, ake-ake and griselinia are commonly seen in the province. This is because they do make good ... «Marlborough Express, Jul 15»
The Mountain Gardener: Screen your neighbor with Low Water Use …
I also like Osmanthus fragrans for a screen with a sweet scent and Pittosporum marjorie channon or silver sheen with their showy variegated ... «The Tracy Press, Jul 15»
She carried a garden bouquet of white ranunculus, bowl of cream peonies and ivory hydrangeas with a collar of variegated pittosporum ... «Americus Times-Recorder, Jul 15»
Jackie French: Why selecting the right place for your plants is …
Relatively happy, and how – it does tend to twist and turn seeking more light away from the pittosporum tree that partially covers it. But it is ... «Brisbane Times, Jul 15»
Master daylily grower salutes 'one-day flowers'
"My preferences in foliage are pittosporum, aspidistra, aucuba, canna leaves, hostas and ferns that are hardened - not new growth. Pure water ... «Waterbury Republican American, Jul 15»
Pruning won't kill pittosporum, but think twice about saving it
That's a standard pittosporum that can grow to 10 feet tall and wide, so it's not well suited to the small space you've provided it. If you're willing ... «San Antonio Express-News, Jul 15»