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Plant Identification: Pittosporum for ID SFO Zoo

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December 8, 2012
9:12 AM

Post #9352995

Pittosporum species with white flowers and yellow fruits, narrowed at base. SFO Zoo

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Seattle, WA

December 8, 2012
12:30 PM

Post #9353124

What a coincidence my friend. I photographed this when I posted "porcupine" plant like 2 days ago. I think it is a Pittosporum tobira.

you know I have been wrong many times before!

More likely to be Pittosporum undulatum.

This message was edited Dec 8, 2012 1:19 PM

December 8, 2012
1:20 PM

Post #9353152

This is what I thought was P. tobira uploaded by me
Seattle, WA

December 8, 2012
2:31 PM

Post #9353177

I think the key difference like you stated is the narrow base of fruit. P. tobira' fruits are more rounded. I am not sure.
San Francisco, CA

December 11, 2012
12:51 AM

Post #9355273

P. undulatum

December 11, 2012
2:44 PM

Post #9355780

Thanks Vestia
I think you are rightt

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