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i live in whangamata, not on the beach, but do have sandy soil. i have a few pittos planted outside that are doing ok but a couple of them have long spindle like thin branches with just a couple of leaves at the end of the branch,nothing along the branch, just at the ends. what do i need to do to make the branches full and bushy?

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Hi Leonie

Thanks for your question. Young Pittosporum don’t cope well in the wind. A better plant variety would be Corokia for your location. Geenty’s green has a larger leaf like the Pittosporum.

You may wish to relocate your Pitto to a sheltered spot.

Happy Gardening

Maria – Palmers national garden consultant

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