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This gorgeous shrub gets its name from leaves which are bronze grey underneath and beautifully felted on top, with tiny hairs that start off the same colour as the underside, but age to a deep copper colour.
They are fairly low maintenance, best in full sun with moderate water and free draining soil. Suitable for both pots and the garden, Copper Spoons could be used to create a low hedge or as a statement on their own. Relatively slow growing, they can reach about 1.5 - 2m in the garden.