Long ago, I used to hide under the giant Pittisporum bushes in our front yard during Hide and Seek games.
I 'd stare up at the intricate branches and forget I was hiding.It's an old friend.Though not a native, the local honey bees have adopted it. The fragrance is that of mild orange blossoms.
This Pittisporum came up as a volunteer and it now blooms each Spring.
I've hardly watered this plant and it's doing quite well during the prolonged drought. These are blooms from late March.
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