Pittosporum tenuifolium is a small evergreen tree, up to 10 m, native to New Zealand, commonly known as kōhūhū and black matipo, and by other Māori names kohukohu and tawhiwhi. It is sometimes grown under the cultivar name 'Nigricans', so called because of its black stems. In horticulture it is valued for its coloured foliage (cultivated variations include purple, "silver" and variegated leaves), and for its tolerance of some horticulturally difficult growing conditions, including dry soils and shade (although in northwest Europe, cold and exposed situations do not suit it). The flowers generally go unnoticed because of their colour, a very dark reddish-purple, and are scented only at night. It is found growing wild in coastal and lower mountain forest areas up to an altitude of 900m. The Latin tenuifolium means "slender-leaved".
Our spheres can be used in different ways to decorate and highlight your interior space. They can be hung and can be also placed on a table, in a vase or on the floor. All the spheres over 20 cm are supplied with a hook.
Dimension: ø 20 – ø 30 – ø 45/50 cm.
SPI/0120 ø 20 cm.
SPI/0130 ø 30 cm.
SPI/0140 ø 45/50 cm.
Available colors: green
Our trees are made by natural plants that have been treated by a special, 100% eco friendly preservation liquid. Due to this no need any mantenence, the trees do not require water and sunlight.
Keep it in ideal humidity (40% – 65%) to enjoy the natural aspect.
Only for indoor use.