Coprosma ‘City Knights’

Coprosma ‘City Knights’ - credit: Seiont Nurseries
Coprosma ‘City Knights’ - credit: Seiont Nurseries

Coprosma ‘City Knights’ boasts the darkest of purple foliage splashed with yellow, orange and red variegations.

It’s compact, free branching and very easy in production. Hardy to minus five degrees, it is perfect for containers and centre point planting. It looks especially great in autumn and spring when garden centre sales are strong.

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