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Plant ID

Posted by inkognito (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 13, 07 at 16:40

Can someone ID this for me please A la Mod 001

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RE: Plant ID

The leaves remind me of a Pittosporum I grew years ago.

I just did a google image search (link below) and it looks like some sort of Pittosporum by the flowers too.

Here is a link that might be useful: Google Pittosporum Image Search

RE: Plant ID

Pittosporum tobira it is, thank you scentednectar

RE: P. tobira

You're welcome. :) Are the flowers fragrant? That's the one I tried to grow years ago.

RE: Plant ID

I just checked your members page to find that you are in Canada, I am in Quebec which is sort of Canada so like you I am not familiar with Pittosporum, apparently it is as common as poutine further south. A friend who has just moved down to North Carolina sent me the picture for ID and I guess it would be a house plant here and I didn't know it. Oh and yes the flowers are fragrant.

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