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Suggested Replacements for oversized Pittosporums  RSS feed

 
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Location: Desoto, TX
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A landscaper we hired last year carelessly planted a wrong species of Pittosporums (3) in of our front of house garden beds. I am seeking suggested replacement shrubs. The new shrubs must remain small and be evergreen. We live in Dallas County, Zone 8a.

The first two photos show the three oversized Pittosporums. Photo three shows the correct species of Pittosporums located in the opposite side front of house garden bed. Thank you in advance for your help.
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Oversized front view
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Oversized side view
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Correct species
 
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