Screenmasters: The Evergreen Plant Perfect For Your Garden

Screenmaster Pittosporum is a popular evergreen shrub or small tree that is commonly used for hedging, screening, and landscaping purposes. Screenmaster Pittosporum is a cultivar specifically selected for its dense growth habit and suitability for creating privacy screens.

Key characteristics of Screenmaster Pittosporum:

Appearance: Screenmaster Pittosporum typically grows to a height of 3 to 4.5 metres and spreads about 1.8 to 2.4 metres wide. It has dense, compact foliage with small, glossy, dark green leaves. The leaves are oval-shaped, about 1 to 2 inches long, and create a lush and vibrant appearance.

Growth Habit: This cultivar is known for its dense and bushy growth habit, making it an excellent choice for creating privacy screens, hedges, or windbreaks. It can also be pruned and shaped to form formal or informal topiaries.

Light Requirements: This plant prefers full sun to partial shade. While it can tolerate some shade, it tends to have denser growth and better foliage colour in sunnier locations.

Maintenance: Screenmaster Pittosporum is relatively low-maintenance. Regular pruning can help maintain its desired shape and size, and it can be pruned to form a tight hedge. Pruning is best done after the plant’s flowering period.

Drought Tolerance: Once established, Screenmaster Pittosporum is moderately drought-tolerant, but it benefits from regular watering, especially during hot and dry periods.

Landscaping Uses: The dense foliage of Screenmaster Pittosporum makes it a popular choice for creating screens to enhance privacy in gardens, along property lines, or around outdoor living spaces. It can also be used for windbreaks, background planting, or as a focal point in the landscape.

Before planting Screenmaster Pittosporum or any other plant, it’s advisable to check with local gardening experts or nurseries to ensure that it is suitable for your specific climate and growing conditions. Proper care and maintenance, including regular watering, fertilisation, and occasional pruning, will help you achieve healthy and attractive specimens in your landscape.

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