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(Rocky Mountain Juniper)

Tough as the rugged American West, this juniper is the parent of many hybrid varieties that share its resilient nature. Rocky Mountain juniper, or Colorado redcedar, is a slow growing evergreen tree or shrub native to western American regions from Mexico to Canada. The most robust populations exist at higher elevations in the Rocky Mountain States and intermountain West, though specimens also exist at lower elevations and along the mountain foothills. It is most commonly associated with pinyon juniper...

(Rocky Mountain Juniper)

Soft to the touch and greener than many other junipers, ‘Cologreen’ maintains the rugged strength and resilience of its parent, Rocky Mountain juniper. Developed in Colorado, this fast-growing cultivar is especially well-suited to dry, cold climates and rocky soils. It features a dense, symmetrically conical form and scaled, bright green foliage which is more delicate in appearance than that of many other junipers.

Growing best in full sun, Rocky Mountain junipers are adaptable to a range...

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James H. Schutte

(Gray Gleam Rocky Mountain Juniper, Rocky Mountain Juniper)

This handsome juniper forms a column of gray-green foliage that turns blue in the cold, giving it a striking appearance in winter. A slow-growing cultivar, ‘Gray Gleam’ retains the rugged strength and resilience of its parent, Rocky Mountain juniper, making it well-suited to dry, cold climates and rocky soils.

Growing best in full sun, Rocky Mountain junipers are adaptable to a range of soils, provided they are well-drained. The columnar form of ‘Gray Gleam’ makes it a fine choice for privacy...

(Grizzly Bear Rocky Mountain Juniper, Rocky Mountain Juniper)

Tough as the rugged American West, this juniper is the parent of many hybrid varieties that share its resilient nature. Rocky Mountain juniper, or Colorado redcedar, is a slow growing evergreen tree or shrub native to western American regions from Mexico to Canada. The most robust populations exist at higher elevations in the Rocky Mountain States and intermountain West, though specimens also exist at lower elevations and along the mountain foothills. It is most commonly associated with pinyon juniper...

(Medora Rocky Mountain Juniper, Rocky Mountain Juniper)

Tough as the rugged American West, this juniper is the parent of many hybrid varieties that share its resilient nature. Rocky Mountain juniper, or Colorado redcedar, is a slow growing evergreen tree or shrub native to western American regions from Mexico to Canada. The most robust populations exist at higher elevations in the Rocky Mountain States and intermountain West, though specimens also exist at lower elevations and along the mountain foothills. It is most commonly associated with pinyon juniper...

(Blue Creeper™ Rocky Mountain Juniper, Rocky Mountain Juniper)

Tough as the rugged American West, this juniper is the parent of many hybrid varieties that share its resilient nature. Rocky Mountain juniper, or Colorado redcedar, is a slow growing evergreen tree or shrub native to western American regions from Mexico to Canada. The most robust populations exist at higher elevations in the Rocky Mountain States and intermountain West, though specimens also exist at lower elevations and along the mountain foothills. It is most commonly associated with pinyon juniper...

(Moonglow Rocky Mountain Juniper, Rocky Mountain Juniper)

‘Moonglow’ features a broadly spreading, conical form and feathery, soft, silvery-blue foliage which holds its color well throughout the winter. It retains the strength and resilience of its parent, Rocky Mountain juniper, and is well-adapted to dry, cold climates and rocky soils. A slow-growing cultivar, it maintains its tidy shape without pruning, adding a carefree yet formal touch to landscapes and gardens.

Growing best in full sun, Rocky Mountain junipers are adaptable to a range of soils,...

(Pathfinder Rocky Mountain Juniper, Rocky Mountain Juniper)

This slow-growing juniper forms a tall, narrow, pyramid of dense, silvery-blue foliage which becomes more intense in winter. Retaining the strength and resilience of its parent, Rocky Mountain juniper, ‘Pathfinder’ is well-adapted to dry, cold climates and poor, rocky soils.

Growing best in full sun, Rocky Mountain junipers are adaptable to a range of soils, provided they are well-drained. The statuesque form of ‘Pathfinder’ makes it a fine choice for privacy screens and windbreaks. It...

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James H. Schutte

(Rocky Mountain Juniper, Skyrocket Juniper)

The tall, strikingly narrow silhouette and feathery, blue-green foliage of 'Skyrocket' stand out like an exclamation point in the landscape. A cultivar of Rocky Mountain juniper, it is well-adapted to dry, cold climates and poor, rocky soils. In areas with cold winters, this cultivar makes a good replacement for Italian cypress, to which it is sometimes compared.

Growing best in full sun, these evergreens are adaptable to a range of soils, provided they are well-drained. The statuesque, pencil-like...

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James H. Schutte

(Rocky Mountain Juniper, Table Top Rocky Mountain Juniper)

‘Tabletop’ possesses a semi-prostrate, wide-spreading, flat-topped form that is unusual for Rocky Mountain juniper cultivars. Its feathery, upright foliage is bright blue-green, intensifying in the summer. This strong-growing form retains the tough, resilient character of its parent, and is well-adapted to dry, cold climates and poor, rocky soils. Female plants may produce an abundant crop of small, blue, berry-like fruits.

Growing best in full sun, Rocky Mountain junipers are adaptable to...