New to the range of Coprosma that have been bred in New Zealand. 'Golden Star' has been selected for its earthy golden tones that will fit into any garden situation. 'Golden Star' is excellent for general garden planting, small hedges and group plantings. Also ideal as a container plant that combines superbly with terracotta. Extremely tough and low maintenance plant.
A beautiful cultivar of NZ's native Coprosma commonly known as the 'Mirror Plant' because of the glossy leaves, Inferno has rich deep orange, red and pink hues of the summer foliage deepen to deep red for the winter. Very striking. Easy to grow in sun or part shade but best protected from harsh frost. Grows in most soil types and almost any position from shade to full sun.
Lemon and Lime
Bred from the very popular, best-seller, ‘Evening Glow’, Coprosma ‘Lemon and Lime’ will not disappoint. Fresh lime-green foliage is splashed with variegations of yellow and emerald-green resulting in a sunny, uplifting appearance in the garden. Team with dark foliage plants for a beautiful colour contrast and fine grasses for a satisfying textural contrast. Plant in sun or semi-shade and protect from heavy frost. Trim to the desired shape and / or at least once a year, to maintain a tidy, compact habit. Wind, coastal and dry tolerant, once established. Low maintenance. Evergreen.
An outstanding natural selection discovered on coastal cliffs in northern New Zealand, Coprosma ‘Lighthouse’ is a tough character that lends itself to low maintenance, low water requirement gardens. Being a coastal dweller, it is also very wind and salt-spray tolerant. Its spreading, compact habit makes it an ideal weed suppressing ground cover. Clean minimalist looks make it a good candidate for contemporary landscapes, where it can also be moulded to any desired shape by close clipping. Also looks fabulous juxtaposed with coloured grasses or as a sole container specimen. Plant in...
The Coprosma Midnight is a bushy, upright evergreen shrub that has glossy, leathery leaves. The leaves are often a dark purple-brown colour that is tinged with green and orange. With the cold the purple becomes more pronounced. Wind and salt tolerance is a bonus for coastal areas.
Presenting as a tidy, compact, rounded shrub, Coprosma ‘Mini Mac’ is a natural selection of New Zealand native Coprosma. As with most Coprosmas, it is typically wind and salt-spray resilient but doesn’t take kindly to anything more than a light frost. It is a truly low maintenance, low water, requirement plant - ideal for coastal gardens and containers where it can be clipped into a perfectly tight, architectural, ball shape. Also looks fabulous juxtaposed with red and bronze coloured grasses and highly coloured, bold textured foliage. Plant in well-drained soil, in full sun, and protect...
Great in a large container! Coprosma 'Pina Colada' has bright, lime green leaves that are edged with deep red, all year round - a stunning combination! The plant is fast growing and upright, quickly growing to 90cm (3 feet) but will require protection in a cold green house through the winter months as it is not fully hardy. Please dont panic if a plant looks different to the image on the Website. It is likely to be in perfect condition for the time of year and just resting before it bursts into action in the coming season.
Generally more upright growing than other Coprosma repens varieties, Coprosma ‘Plum Hussey’ produces brilliant, lime-green, new spring foliage, producing a stunning contrast to the deep plum hues of mature foliage beneath. Use as hedging, colour rhythm in garden beds or container specimen. Plant in sun or semi-shade and protect from heavy frost. Trim to the desired shape, or at least once a year, to maintain a tidy, compact habit, Wind, coastal and dry tolerant, once established. Low maintenance. Evergreen.
A beautiful cultivar of NZ's native Coprosma commonly known as the 'Mirror Plant' because of the glossy leaves. 'Scarlett O'Hara' has reddish orange variegated foliage that intensifies in colour when the temperatures are cool. Plant in sun or part shade and protect from harsh frost. Evergreen.Coprosmas can be used for a little low hedge as they respond really well to trimming. The last trim before winter should be done no later than late autumn.
Commonly known as the Mirror Plant because of the beautiful glossy shiny foliage. 'Tequila Sunrise' has a cocktail of foliage colours starting with emerald green and soft yellow and gradually turning to brilliant orange and gold. Happy in sun or part shade with protection from harsh frost. The colour of the foliage of this plant will intensify in cooler conditions. Can be used as a hedge as it trims very well.