Pittosporum with oval leaves, blunt ended, very smooth, leathery, and quite entire.
…will attain the height of from 6 to 8 feet… The flowers which grow in clusters from the ends of the branches in May, have the flavour of Jasmine ; but are rather transitory. (Bot. Repos.)
Published in Hortus Kew. 3: 448 ni 1789.
Also published in Bot. Repos. 3: 151 in 1801.
Native to Madeira. Seeds sent to England in 1783.