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Q.Identifying pittisporum

Zone 94608 | Kimberley D'Adamo added on November 27, 2017 | Answered

I bought 2 pitt plants a year ago, and 2 more just recently. They were all labeled puttisporum silver sheen. However, once in the garden, the two sets look different. The new ones are very young, though, so I am wondering if maybe they are the same type, but need time to grow to look similar…

Here are 2 photos of the first (older plants) purchase, and 2 of the second purchase (young plants).
Can you tell me if these are the same types of plants, or different types? I am growing a hedge, so I want them to match and grow to the same height…

Thank you

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Kimberley DAdamo
Answered on November 28, 2017

Pictures loaded wrong...T clarify-photo 1 shows both old and new plant side by side (new plant is smaller one on left). Photo 2 shows new plant leaves closer up. Photo 3 shows old plant leaves close up.

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