A number of other cultivars are listed but are of uncertain origin, nomenclature and history including 'Black Cloud', 'Black Lace', 'Cream Cascade', 'Gold Fever', 'Green & Gold', 'Kiwi', 'Koro Red', 'Little Walter', 'Little Wanderer', 'Painter's Palette', 'Pride', 'Rainbow King' and 'Yvonne'.
Shrub to 2 m tall with leaves to 2 cm long and 1.5 cm wide, shiny green above with a central yellow blotch.
Of hybrid origin, with C. areolata as a possible parent.
Leaves distinctively brownish copper-coloured. ['Copper Sheen']
Raised in New Zealand by W.B. Brockie.
A low, mound-forming to prostrate shrub with glossy leaves.
This is probably a form of C. ×kirkii, collected in the wild by Mr V.C. Davies from near Paraparaumu on the SW North Island, New Zealand, pre-1957.
Compact shrub to 1m tall and 15 cm wide, with tiny bronze to green leaves.
A hybrid raised by W.B. Brockie of New Zealand.
Compact shrub to 1.5 m tall. Leaves glossy and brownish copper, even in summer, darkest in winter and with a large, distinctive undulation forming a twist.
Similar to 'Coppershine' but retaining colour throughout the year.