Unbelievably fragrant and also very attractive, the Fortune's Osmanthus, or Fortune's Tea Olive, is a hybrid of Osmanthus fragrans and Osmanthus heterophyllus. As with other Tea Olive's, Fortune's produces abundant clusters of tiny white flowers in fall. The flowers might be small but they pack a punch when it comes to fragrance, filling the air in a front or back yard with sweet, heavenly aroma. This one has smaller, more lustrous leaves and a finer texture than Osmanthus fragrans. A beautiful and easy-to-grow broadleaf evergreen that can be grown as a large shrub for hedges and screens or lower branches can be removed to form a highly attractive focal point specimen tree. Get all the details below!