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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Creeping Juniper)

This North American creeping juniper is a compact, low-growing evergreen shrub with blue-green needles that are soft to the touch. Unlike other creeping junipers, 'Andorra Compacta' does not trail its branches on the ground and does not spread. The branches reach outward and outward, giving the plant the shape of a low dome. The needles turn deep purple in winter.

Like most creeping junipers, 'Andorra Compacta' grows best in full sun and well-drained soil. It is a good choice for hot, dry locations...

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Felder Rushing

(Bar Harbor Creeping Juniper, Creeping Juniper)

Creeping junipers are valuable, evergreen groundcovers which perform well in difficult areas with poor soil, scant rainfall, hot summers and cold winters. The species is found in a range of habitats throughout North America, and has yielded numerous cultivars. One of the most well-proven varieties, ‘Bar Harbor’ features prostrate, woody, wide-spreading branches, densely packed with scaly, blue-gray foliage which develops attractive purple tones in winter. Female plants produce a crop of small,...

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James H. Schutte

(Blue Chip Creeping Juniper, Creeping Juniper)

Creeping junipers are valuable, evergreen groundcovers which perform well in difficult areas with poor soil, scant rainfall, hot summers and cold winters. The species is found in a range of habitats throughout North America, and has yielded numerous cultivars. One of the most ornamental varieties, ‘Bar Harbor’ features trailing, woody, wide-spreading branches, densely packed with feathery, bright silvery-blue foliage which develops purple tips in winter. Female plants produce a crop of small,...

(Creeping Juniper, Emerald Isle Creeping Juniper)

Adapted to open coastal lands, dunes and other naturally sandy areas across northern North America, creeping juniper (Juniperus horizontalis) is a low-growing, spreading evergreen shrub that's a popular groundcover for landscape and garden. It rarely grows taller than two feet (~61 centimeters) but will spread up to ten (~3 meters). There are many cultivated varieties to choose from that vary in size, vigor, color and resilience.

Creeping juniper can have either scale-like or needle-like...

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James H. Schutte

(Blue Creeping Juniper, Creeping Juniper)

Adapted to open coastal lands, dunes and other naturally sandy areas across northern North America, creeping juniper (Juniperus horizontalis) is a low-growing, spreading evergreen shrub that's a popular groundcover for landscape and garden. It rarely grows taller than two feet (~61 centimeters) but will spread up to ten (~3 meters). There are many cultivated varieties to choose from that vary in size, vigor, color and resilience.

Creeping juniper can have either scale-like or needle-like...

(Creeping Juniper, Hughes Creeping Juniper)

Found naturally in a range of habitats throughout North America, creeping junipers are prostrate, evergreen shrubs which thrive in areas with poor soil, scant rainfall, hot summers and cold winters. Used primarily as groundcovers, they are valued for their beautiful color and tough-as-nails constitution. The cultivar ‘Bar Harbor’ forms a wide-spreading mat of trailing, woody stems densely covered with feathery, bright silvery-blue foliage. Female plants may produce a crop of small, blue, berry-like...

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James H. Schutte

(Creeping Juniper, Jade River Creeping Juniper)

Found naturally in a range of habitats throughout North America, creeping junipers are prostrate, evergreen shrubs which thrive in areas with poor soil, scant rainfall, hot summers and cold winters. Used primarily as groundcovers, they are valued for their beautiful color and tough-as-nails constitution. The cultivar ‘Jade River’ covers large areas with flowing mats of feathery, pointed, blue-green foliage which develops attractive purple tones in winter, creating a striking contrast under snow....

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Jesse Saylor

(Creeping Juniper, Mother Lode Creeping Juniper)

Distinguished by its eye-catching bright gold needles and plush appearance, ‘Mother Lode’ is a selection of creeping juniper, a low, spreading evergreen tree native to North America. Adapted to many soils, heat, and full sun, ‘Mother Lode’ makes a striking groundcover, almost a pile carpet, that spreads slowly and indefinitely. The branches root as the grow along the ground. Mature plants bear round black berries in fall. The leaves turn bronze-yellow in winter and gold again in spring.

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(Creeping Juniper)

Creeping juniper is a low growing spreading evergreen shrub native to northern North America. Often grown for its adaptability, it tolerates sandy, rocky soils, hot dry sunny conditions, and heavy alkaline soils alike. 'Plumosa Compacta Youngstown' is a low, wide-spreading cultivar with gray-green, needle-like foliage and ascending, feathery branchlets. The foliage turns purplish-bronze in winter. It makes an excellent ground cover.

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Jesse Saylor

(Creeping Juniper)

Found naturally in a range of habitats throughout North America, creeping junipers are prostrate, evergreen shrubs which thrive in areas with poor soil, scant rainfall, hot summers and cold winters. Used primarily as groundcovers, they are valued for their beautiful color and tough constitution. The cultivar ‘Plumosa’ forms vigorous mats of feathery, pointed, blue-green foliage which develops attractive purple tones in winter, creating a striking contrast under snow. Female plants may produce...