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James H. Schutte

(Creeping Juniper, Prince of Wale Creeping Juniper)

Creeping juniper ‘Prince of Wales’ forms a low, wide-spreading mat of trailing, woody stems covered with feathery, medium-green foliage which develops striking purple tones in winter. Its parent species is found naturally in a range of habitats throughout North America, and thrives in areas with poor soil, scant rainfall, hot summers and cold winters. Its numerous cultivars are used primarily as groundcovers, and are valued for their beautiful, evergreen foliage and tough constitution. Female...

(Creeping Juniper, Sea Spray 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. The cultivar 'Sea Spray' is reported to be equal in beauty and vigor to 'Blue Rug', the standard against which other creeping junipers are compared. Offering increased disease resistance, this form maintains its beauty in old age while others may become rangy and sparse. Its densely packed, scaly, evergreen...

(Creeping Juniper, Variegated Creeping Juniper)

Also known as Andorra juniper, this relative of the popular cultivar ‘Blue Rug’ is among the lowest and slowest growing of all the ground hugging junipers. Its densely packed, blue-green foliage is variegated with creamy yellow at the tips, and takes on attractive, purplish tones in winter. It is a form of creeping juniper, a prostrate, evergreen shrub found naturally in a range of habitats throughout North America. Thriving in areas with poor soil, scant rainfall, hot summers and cold winters,...

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James H. Schutte

(Creeping Juniper, Webb Creeping Juniper)

Slow growth and a very low profile distinguishes creeping juniper ‘Webberi’. Its densely packed, scaly foliage is an appealing blue-green, flushed with purple at the tips in winter. It is a form of creeping juniper, a prostrate, evergreen shrub found naturally in a range of habitats throughout North America, which thrives in areas with poor soil, scant rainfall, hot summers and cold winters. Its numerous cultivars are valued for their beautiful, evergreen foliage and tough-as-nails constitution.

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Jessie Keith

(Blue Rug Juniper, Creeping Juniper, Wiltonii Juniper)

Considered the lowest growing of all the ground-hugging junipers, 'Wiltonii' (often sold under the name 'Blue Rug'), is the standard by which all others of its kind are judged. Its trailing, woody stems form a spreading, evergreen carpet of feathery, bright blue-gray foliage which develops attractive purple tints in winter. Like all creeping junipers, it performs well in difficult areas, tolerating poor soil, dry conditions, and extremes of heat and cold. The parent species is native to most of...

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James H. Schutte

(Creeping Juniper, Youngstown 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. '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.

(Creeping Juniper, Yukon Belle Creeping Juniper)

Exceptional cold hardiness combined with good looks make creeping juniper ‘Yukon Belle’ a problem-solver for landscapes with harsh winters. Its feathery, ground-hugging mats of bright silvery-blue foliage develop attractive purple tones in winter. It is a form of creeping juniper, a prostrate, evergreen shrub found naturally in a range of habitats throughout temperate North America. Its numerous cultivars are valued for their beautiful, evergreen foliage and ability to withstand harsh conditions.

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James H. Schutte

(Procumbent Juniper)

Bonin Island or Japanese garden juniper is an evergreen ground cover native to the mountains of Japan. Its sharply pointed, yellow-green, needle-like foliage grows on long curving branches with up-swept tips. With branches sometimes ascending to a 20 or 30 degree angle from the ground, this makes a very graceful ground cover. Several cultivars are common in gardens, including 'Nana' and 'Greenmound'. Japanese garden juniper is very cold hardy, likes full sun, and will tolerate a variety of soils...

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Mark A. Miller

(Greenmound Juniper, Procumbent Juniper)

Bonin Island or Japanese garden juniper is an evergreen ground cover native to the mountains of Japan. 'Greenmound' is a relatively compact cultivar with tufted, light green, needle-like foliage and layered, curving branches. It is very cold hardy, likes full sun, and will tolerate a variety of soils and other adverse conditions. 'Greenmound' makes a tough and very graceful ground cover.

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Dwarf Procumbent Juniper, Procumbent Juniper)

Bonin Island or Japanese garden juniper is an evergreen ground cover native to the mountains of Japan. 'Nana' is a relatively compact cultivar with bluish-green foliage and dense, layered, curving branches. The foliage turns a purplish tint in winter. 'Nana' is very cold hardy, likes full sun, and will tolerate a variety of soils and other adverse conditions. It makes a tough and very graceful ground cover.