Pittosporum undulatum

Pittosporum undulatum_Zoya Akulova
Photo by Zoya Akulova

Common names: Victorian box

Pittosporum undulatum (Victorian box) is a shrub/tree (family Pittosporaceae) with white flowers and narrow wavy leaves found in the San Francisco Bay area, Channel Islands and coastal ranges of California. It is native to southeastern Australia. It favors forests, woodlands, grasslands, and scrub and chaparral habitat. It spreads via seeds and roots. The sticky seeds are dispersed by birds and mammals.

Cal-IPC Rating: Watch

Cal-IPC Assessment

Plant Risk Assessment - An evaluation of the potential for a plant to be invasive in California.

Weed RIC Management Notes

  • Management Notes - Information on management techniques and effectiveness from the University of California Cooperative Extension’s Weed Research & Information Center.

Cal-IPC Newsletter Articles

Cal-IPC Symposium Presentations

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