Pittosporum tobira ‘Miss Muffet’ – Dwarf Pittosporum

Pittosporum tobira ‘Miss Muffet’ – Known as Dark Green Foliage and Dwarf Pittosporum

Pittosporum tobira ‘Miss Muffet’ is an evergreen shrub includes creamy yellow flowers and tine branch boost mostly during late spring and early summer as well.  This plant is commonly known as dark green foliage and Dwarf Pittosporum as well. Spring to start of autumn are generally considered as the flowering time for this plant to keep any surrounding health and active.  This plant is also origin from Exotic region but now it appears in most of the parts of the world.

Height: Mature plant Height: 50 to 100cm, Width: Mature plant 50 to 100cm.

Uses: This plant is suitable for different garden types like cottage and tropical to boost it look and surrounding as well.

Planting tips: Planting of this plant offers outstanding results if soil, light and climate match as per it requirement.

Soil type: Well drained soil includes Loam, Sand, Clay and Gravel is more helpful for this plant growth and development.

Aspect: Full sun as well as partial shade more helpful for this plant growth.

Pruning: It is required before flowering and booming seasons.

Water requirement: Regular water within dry periods more essential while less water in winter require as well.  

Feeding: Basically this plant is considered as low maintenance plant. This plant requires Fertilise two times within a year early spring as well as autumn offer complete food supplements to this plant.       

Pests and problems: Problems like Prone to fungal include high humidity offers more harms to this plant.

Climate: This plant is suitable for most of the parts of Australia and its closer location as well.


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