Victorian Box (Sweet Pittosporum, Cheesebox, Mock Orange, Native Daphne) Pittosporum undulatum - Broadleaf evergreen tree with 6in. leaves with finely serrated edges. An Australian native, it is used as a screen or specimen plant. Victorians used the fragrant wood to make jewlery or small token boxes. Most often used in the US as a potted plant Fragrant white blooms appear in the summer. Hardy to 20F (-1.2C); height: 40ft.
|#2740 Packet, $5.50 each, Approximately 50 seeds|
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