Gigantic flowers up to 12" wide sit atop robust, shrub-like plants from mid to late summer. Each successive spring will bring larger flowers. The white flowers have striking red eyes which bleed out through the veins in the petals.
'Kopper King' gets its name from its maple-like, coppery-red leaves that are orange-red underneath. This colorful foliage extends the plant's ornamental value through the entire growing season. It's hard to believe this tropical-looking beauty is hardy to zone 4!