Natures Twist

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  • <p>As these Coprosma ‘Cappuccino’ mature they will be trimmed into a hedge – showcasing how divaricates can be highly trainable. Observe how this rich, coffee - coloured hedging also compliments the character and qualities of other native plantings that form its backdrop.</p>
  • <p>Note the stunning shadows that both extend form and create shade. Would this eye-catcher compliment your home garden? </p>
  • <p>A close-up view of the upper growth and leaf structure on these juveniles.</p>
  • <p>Spot the new growth while this plant is still divaricating – it has two different growth forms, and leaf type at the same time. Note, small, green, lush-looking foliage near the base of these juveniles while the divaricating upper growth habit sports a sparser foliage of chestnut-lavished leaves.</p>

Coprosma 'Cappuccino'

Well now you’ve earned yourself a cappuccino, so turn around and you will see juvenile plantings of Coprosma ‘cappuccino’ bordering a corner of the courtyard.

There are numerous, small-leaved, different shaped Coprosma that form divaricates. They also come in various colours that you may discover as you make your way around the garden. Variations include rich browns, reds, yellows, and lime-greens.