Spring Bouquet Pittosporum. This is one of the more unusual cultivars that I have ever seen. The new growth emerges in the spring almost completely white, and as it hardens off, it slowly turns green. And then each succeeding flush of growth will be white. I chose this cultivar name because upon seeing it for the first time, Tony Avent of Plant Delights Nursery, pointed across a section of our new plants and said, "What is that flowering over there." From a distance it appears to be a large bouquet of white flowering Rhododendron. Dr. Masato Yokoi of Kawaguchi, Japan shared a single cutting of this with me back in 2001 and from this single cutting I now have a few to share.