Rounded evergreen shrub with oval glossy dark green leaves and clusters of fragrant tubular white flowers in mid-late spring. Fully hardy and easy to grow in either full sun or partial shade on moist but well-drained soil. Prune after flowering. Could be used as a very ornamental, somewhat rounded hedge. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. H:1-3m depending on pruning.
Deciduous shrub, a hybrid between P. nepalensis and P. microphyllus. Sweetly fragrant single white flowers in early summer, with prominent yellow stamens. Best in full sun or light shade on rich, moist but well drained soils. Cut older wood hard after flowering to encourage fresh grwoth that will bear flowers the following year. Fully hardy. H+W: 1m
Large deciduous shrub native to China and Tibet. The plant is upright with arching branches, with ovate dark green tapered leaves. Very fragent single white flowers are borne in the summer. Plant in partial shade to full-sun in rich but not water-logged soils. Fully hardy. Prune old wood hard after flowering. H:1-3m
Medium sized upright evergreen shrub. Leaves to 6cm long, green and cream edged with pink. Good for floristry. Tolerates a wide range of conditions but for best leaf colour, plant in a sheltered spot, in any decent garden soil. H:1-2m
A new variety of pittosporum, with a compact and conical habit, requiring minimal pruning. Mid-green evergreen foliage, small fragrant purple flowers in spring and early summer. Enjoys full sun to part-shade and will grow well on most soils. Final height may be about 1 to 1.2m