Deodars are not common here, at all, and are borderline hardy in z6.
The Wheeler Pittosporum is a dwarf variety, and would probably fit in my yard better, but they are reputed to not flower much, if at all. I wanted those sweet-smelling blooms. At one time, P. heterophyllum was reputed to be hardier than P. tobira, but I haven't tied it, in the ground. 'Wheeleri' is a type of Pittosporum tobira.
Yeah, Wax Begonias are everbloomers!
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