2 different Pittosporum undulatum trees in the scene.
Pittosporum undulatum is a fast-growing tree in the family Pittosporaceae. It is sometimes also known as sweet pittosporum, native daphne, Australian cheesewood, Victorian box or mock orange. Pittosporum undulatum grows as a shrub or small tree to 10 m tall. Its evergreen leaves are lance-shaped (lanceolate), with wavy (undulating) margins. Originally Pittosporum undulatum grew in moist areas on the Australian east coast, where its natural range was from south-east Queensland to eastern Victoria, but has increased its range since European settlement.
Polygons (Total number of scene): 2,040,755
Verts (Total number of scene): 1,710,902
Pittosporum undulatum1: 6/75 m
Pittosporum undulatum2: 7 m
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