Pittosporum ‘Garnettii’ is an attractive, evergreen, bushy shrub, growing to 10 ft (3 m). The grey-green, variegated, oval leaves are 1.6–2 in (4–5 cm) long, and have a cream edge, which takes on a pink flush in winter. The flowers are very darkest purple; spring.
Its parents are probably Pittosporum ralphii and Pittosporum tenuifolium. It was named after Arthur Garnett who discovered it. Pittosporum ‘Garnettii’ is hardy in New Zealand and the United Kingdom.