Features: Coprosma repens is a shrub or small tree that is native to New Zealand, has thick and very glossy leaves which vary considerably in size, depending on exposure to the elements. The leaf margins are recurved, occasionally to the extent that the leaf may be cylindrical in cross-section.
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Sun.
Size: 3-5 Feet.
Uses: Border, Hedge, Seacoast Exposure.
Planting Guide: Space 18 – 24 inches.
Comments: There is a 6-8 months time lag between sowing and germination for most species.