|What is the difference between Pittosporum tobira 'Wheelers dwarf' and the 'Shima' variety? How big does the 'Shima' get?
|Shima grows only 2'- 2 1/2' tall and wide; Wheeler's dwarf grows 2-3' tall and 5' wide. Wheeler's dwarf is a round, mounded shrub and is often used as a ground cover plant. Shima makes a wonderful low hedge or border plant because it's width is equal to its height. Hope this answers your question!|