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James H. Schutte

(Rocky Mountain Juniper, Tolleson's Blue Weeping Rocky Mountain Juniper)

This unusual cultivar forms a small tree festooned with long, cascading tresses of beautiful, blue-green foliage. ‘Tolleson’s Blue Weeping is a grafted form of Rocky Mountain juniper, a tough, North American evergreen which is well-adapted to cold winter temperatures and dry, rocky soils. Although superficially resembling the moisture-loving weeping willow, it requires excellent drainage and should not be planted in wet soils.

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

(Rocky Mountain Juniper, Tolleson's Green Weeping Rocky Mountain Juniper)

This unusual juniper forms a small tree festooned with long, cascading tresses of beautiful, dark green foliage. ‘Tolleson’s Green Weeping is a grafted form of Rocky Mountain juniper, a tough, North American evergreen which is well-adapted to cold winter temperatures and dry, rocky soils. Although superficially resembling the moisture-loving weeping willow, it requires excellent drainage and should not be planted in wet soils.

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

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Mark A. Miller

(Rocky Mountain Juniper, Welchii Rocky Mountain Juniper)

This older cultivar of Rocky Mountain juniper forms a tall, narrow pyramid of feathery, gray-blue foliage which becomes more intensely-colored with age. Retaining the strength and resilience of its parent, ‘Welchii’ is well-adapted to dry, cold climates and poor, rocky soils. It maintains its symmetrical form with little or no pruning, adding a carefree yet dramatic touch to the landscape.

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

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Mark Kane

(Rocky Mountain Juniper, Wichita Blue Juniper)

This popular juniper cultivar is prized for its broadly-conical shape and bright, blue-gray foliage, which holds its color well throughout the winter. ‘Wichita Blue’ is a cultivar of Rocky Mountain juniper, a tough, North American evergreen that is well-adapted to cold winters and dry, rocky soils. It maintains its tidy form with little or no pruning, making it a carefree yet eye-catching addition to the landscape.

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

(Rocky Mountain Juniper, Winter Blue 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...

(Singleseed Juniper)

Singleseed juniper is a variable evergreen shrub native to the Himalayas and the mountains of Central Asia. Its foliage is gray-green to blue-green during the growing season and sometimes has a purplish tinge in winter. It has interesting rust colored exfoliating bark. Singleseed juniper should be grown in sun and well-drained soils.

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James H. Schutte

(Blue Carpet Singleseed Juniper, Singleseed Juniper)

'Blue Carpet' is a low-growing juniper with medium- to fine-textured, rich blue-gray foliage. Its parent species, commonly known as singleseed juniper, is a variable, evergreen shrub native to the Himalayas and mountains of central Asia. The beautiful foliage of this cultivar is highlighted by its appealing, rust-colored, exfoliating bark.

Preferring full sun, junipers are versatile, low-maintenance evergreens which are adaptable to a range of soil conditions, provided they are well drained....

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Blue Star Singleseed Juniper, Singleseed Juniper)

Singleseed juniper is a highly variable evergreen shrub native to the Himalayas and the mountains of Central Asia. Its cultivar 'Blue Star' forms a compact mound that is densely furnished with silvery needles. Adapted to sun and well-drained soil, it makes a great accent plant for containers, mixed borders, or rock gardens.

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James H. Schutte

(Parson's Singleseed Juniper, Singleseed Juniper)

Parson's singleseed juniper is a highly variable evergreen shrub native to the Himalayas and the mountains of Central Asia. The cultivar 'Expansa Parsonii' (also sold simply as 'Parsonii') is a low, wide-spreading shrub with stiff upright branchlets and supple gray-green foliage that sometimes has a purplish tinge in the winter.

Adapted to sun and well-drained soil, singleseed juniper makes a great plant for dry, difficult areas in the border, or as a tall, expansive groundcover. Confusion arises...

(Holger Singleseed Juniper, Singleseed Juniper)

This handsome, vase-shaped juniper features arching sprays of blue-gray foliage whose new growth emerges bright yellow, creating a striking color contrast. ‘Holger’ is a cultivar of singleseed juniper, a variable, evergreen shrub native to the Himalayas and mountains of central Asia. Its beautiful foliage is accentuated by appealing, rust-colored, exfoliating bark.

Preferring full sun, junipers are versatile, low-maintenance evergreens which are adaptable to a range of soil conditions, provided...