Certainly one of TPP’s indoor vegetation tends to be ignored when it flowers. Normally, it’s raised for foliage, and in hotter climates it’s typically used as a basis planting significantly the range with variegated leaves. That is in all probability Pittosporum tobira, a standard selection. This tree is about 16″ tall and has a trunk about 2″ in diameter. It has been educated as a bonsai tree for about 30 years.
The flowers are a couple of half inch in diameter and they’re extremely aromatic with a mock orangish type of scent, very candy, thus the frequent title. A small cluster of flowers seems in each whorl of leaves. You odor the flowers as you come into the room. Too unhealthy we do not have scratch and sniff monitor screens.