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Hymenosporum (Pittosporaceae) Frangipani
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Hymenosporum (Pittosporaceae) Frangipani

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Common name Frangipani. Evergreen shrub grown for its fragrant flowers. Frost tender to 5-7C. Prefers full sun, though some shade is tolerated. Needs humous rich, well drained soil, neutral to acid. Propagate by seed when ripe in autumn or by semi-ripe cuttings in late summer.


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