Pittosporum rigidum is an example of a small-leaved divaricating shrub. Until it produces its dark red flowers or seed capsules, it could be mistaken for any one of the dozens of similar-looking tangled shrubs of subalpine forest and scrubland.
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Photograph by Maggy Wassilieff
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