Sweet Pittosporum or Mock Orange
Pittosporum undulatum Vent.

OTHER COMMON NAMES “pitosporo” (Chile), “victorian box”.
FAMILY Pittosporaceae
ORDER Apiales
SUBCLASS Asteridae
CLASS Magnoliopsida
DIVISION Magnoliophyta

It is native to Australia.
It is a tree or bush of a length of 6-10 m. It has a green and persistent foliage; green, glabrous and slighly studded little branches.
It has alternate, lanceolate or elliptical-lanceolate leaves of 10 cm. (length) and 2-3,5 cm. (width) They are dark-green on their surface and light green on their back, sharp apex, whole and curly edge.
Its white flowers are perfumed and grouped in three. They are panicled, slacked and ending.
Its fruit is a capsule of 10 mm.(length) It has several seeds, which become red when ripe. They are covered by mucilaginous subtances.