Golf Ball is a vigorous grower, yet stays very compact and round with little pruning. Branching freely from its base, Golfball develops a very dense, multi-stemmed shape. Pittosporum Golfball has bright mint-green glossy leaves with small, inconspicuous chocolate-purple flowers in late spring/early summer. This evergreen specimen is low maintenance, staying around 80cm tall x 80cm wide.
Pittosporum Golf Ball can withstand periodic drought once established, and has excellent tolerance to wind and heavy rains. Plant Golf Ball out in the full sun or part shade. Part shade is best in hot, dry climates. Pittosporum Golfball is seriously low maintenance, naturally forming a low dense hedge without trimming. If desired, it can be trimmed to shape.
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The colour images and descriptions provided in our website / social media pages are to be used as a guide only. Factors such as Australia's varied climatic conditions, seasons and soil type can affect overall growth & appearance.