Wheeler’s Dwarf Japanese Pittosporum Information:
This evergreen plant grows best in hardiness zones 8-11. The entire plant gets 2 to 3 feet tall and up to 5 feet wide. The white, fragrant blooms flower in spring. Pittosporum are dense, low-growing shrubs that are both beautiful and functional in smaller spaces like underneath windows.
Variegated Japanese Pittosporum Information:
The variegated Japanese pittosporum variety is a bigger version of the Wheeler’s dwarf variety in that they are able to grow between 6 and 8 feet tall and wide. While the bloom colors are white just as the Wheeler’s Dwarf Japanese Pittosporum, the leaves are variegated, meaning they are two-toned. The foliage showcases a green and a grey/offwhite color.