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  • Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Marjorie Channon' Quart
  • Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Marjorie Channon' Quart

Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Marjorie Channon' Quart

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Is this beautiful variegated pittosporum hardy enough to withstand winters in the Pacific NW? Best bet is to bring it indoors in the winter.

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If the Pacific NW had California weather, this Variegated Kohuhu would be happy growing outdoors in a sunny location with good drainage. With the potential to reach eight feet in height and almost as wide, this pittosporum has a stunning presence with matte-green leaves edged in creamy white and would make a bold specimen for the garden. Aside from the more moderate coastal weather, Oregon winters are most likely too cold and wet for 'Marjorie Channon' pittosporum to thrive, much less survive, outdoors year-round. This is such a lovely shrub, we think it's worth planting in a container that can be moved under the eaves or into a greenhouse in the winter, or even brought indoors. Be aware, however, that this pittosporum is not pet-friendly, so keep out of the mouths of cats or dogs that like to chew on leaves. 

Common Name Variegated Kohuhu, PIttosporum Marjorie Channon
Mature Size 8 feet tall, 6 feet wide
Growth Rate Slow
Optimum Temperature 60°-80° F
Characteristics Evergreen shrub/houseplant, NOT pet-friendly
Light Outdoors - sun to partial sun, Indoors - well-lit room
Water Water thoroughly when top inch of soil is dry
Structure Upright shrub
Bloom Color Inconspicuous but highly fragrant
Uses Container planters, houseplant in winter
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