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Juniper

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  • Andorra Juniper

    A compact form of the Andorra juniper with light green foliage in summer, that turns a plum color in fall and winter. Excellent, low evergreen. Full sun.

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  • Arcadia Juniper

    Rich green foliage with lacy texture and a semi-spreading growth habit. Likes fully exposed locations. Excellent for foundation and mass plantings.

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  • Blue Chip Juniper

    A prostrate juniper that maintains an outstanding blue color all season. Best in sun or light shade. Compact growth habit that needs little shearing.

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  • Broadmoor Juniper

    A hardy, low spreader with a dense mounding form. The foliage has rich green color with a slight blue cast. Best in sun and well drained soil. Resistant to juniper blight. Full sun.

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  • Calgary Carpet Juniper

    A superior evergreen groundcover with a very low, spreading habit and attractive soft green foliage. Use on slopes for groundcover or erosion control, along walkways, and in borders or rock gardens. Drapes nicely over retaining walls. A very durable lands

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  • Hughes Juniper

    This silvery-blue, low growing, spreading juniper is very popular where it is known. Similar to Andorra Compact in height and adds color to the landscape. Full sun.

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  • Maney Juniper

    A semi-erect, spreading, bushy juniper with a blue cast to its foliage. Handsome appearance, medium sized for any planting. Grey green ber- ries and one of the hardiest evergreens for the landscape. Salt tolerant. Full sun to part shade.

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  • Medora Juniper

    A selection from the Badlands of North Dakota. A slender-shaped variety with a blue-green color. Needs little shearing to produce a narrow specimen. Slow growing. An excellent columnar blue juniper, hardy and acclimated for the northern prairie states of

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  • Prince of Wales Juniper

    Low-growing, forming a dense mat 4-6 inches high. Medium, bright green color. During late fall and winter the exposed leaves are purple tinged. Very hardy. Found in 1931 in the Pedkisco Creek area of Alberta, Canada, near the Morden Research Station and i

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  • Rocky Mt. Juniper

    Slow-growing evergreen tree with a narrow pyramidal habit. Native to the western United States. Has scale-like needles with attractive blue-green foliage. Prefers to grow as a multi-stemmed tree, but can be trained with a single stem. Reddish-brown bark p

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  • Savin Juniper

    Upright in habit with dark green foliage. Compact growth makes this an excellent choice for the foundation planting. Full sun.

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  • Scandia Juniper

    Gracefully spreading groundcover with a dense form useful for borders or rock gardens. Very durable and useful in the landscape. Holds its color well through winter. Evergreen.

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  • Sea Green Juniper

    Attractive mint-green foliage on graceful, fountain-like arching branches makes this an excellent evergreen for the foundation landscape. The foli- age darkens in cold weather. Full sun.

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  • Sutherland Juniper

    An upright and narrowly pyramidal evergreen shrub which features soft textured grayish-green needle-like foliage and showy blue berries, effective as a four-season vertical accent in tough landscape situations, very adaptable to dry soils

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  • Taylor Juniper

    A great plant discovered near Taylor, NE in the late 1970’s by Allen Wilke. Distinctive upright, narrow form, tight growing. Foliage is a medium green with a hint of gray, darkening slightly in the winter. Tolerant of poor, dry sites and high pH soils.

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  • Welch Juniper

    Pyramidal to conical shaped, upright juniper with a compact, dense branching habit. Blue-green color, silvery new growth. Needs little shearing to maintain shape. Full sun.

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  • Wilton Blue Rug Juniper

    One of the best prostrate junipers. Forms a dense mat of blue foliage. Excellent as a groundcover or bank planting. Quite attractive when allowed to drape over retaining walls. Full sun to light shade.

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  • Witchita Blue Juniper

    The handsome, broadly pyramidal form makes this an excellent choice for an evergreen screen, hedge, background plant, or lawn specimen. The bright silver-blue foliage retains its brilliant color year-round.

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