By The Old House Web


Pittosporum can grown into a large plant but it has a slow growth rate. Small plants are often used for terrariums and dish gardens. Medium light intensity or partial sun is best. Any good potting soil may be used. Temperatures should be between 55 and 70 degrees. Extra humidity is beneficial.

Propagation is by stem tip cuttings.

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