Pruned Pittosporum


This variegated pittosporum ‘tree’ has been pruned to reveal the lower branches, which is a great idea.

Pittosporums are bought as shrubs, and they tend to grow into rather unshapely lumps….and then keep growing to tree height! Once they get to this height, they look great pruned in this way, especially in a small garden. Still providing structure and screening, but now looking much more elegant. This is a garden designed by Daniel Shea.

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