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Jesse Saylor

(Chinese Juniper, Iowa Chinese Juniper)

Chinese juniper is a variable evergreen tree or shrub native to China and Japan. The needle-like or scale-like leaves are green to blue-green and usually hold their color in winter. The small, berry-like fruit (on female plants) ripens from whitish blue to dark brown. Chinese juniper prefers full sun and well-drained soil. Many of its cultivars are common in gardens, where they are used for screening, windbreaks and hedging.

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James H. Schutte

(Chinese Juniper, Variegated Chinese Juniper)

The twisted, upright form of Juniperus chinensis ‘Kaizuka Variegated’ offers a step up in visual interest from the Hollywood junipers so popular in early Los Angeles bungalow gardens. Old specimens in that city illustrate just how beautiful these plants can be at maturity, despite drought and neglect. The thick, scaled, evergreen foliage of 'Kaizuka Variegated' is rich, dark green in color, and accented by creamy, pale-yellow tips which seem to wind around the twisting stems, providing...

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James H. Schutte

(Chinese Juniper)

A cultivar originating from Japan, Juniperus chinensis ‘Kaizuka’, also known as Hollywood juniper, has long been a popular choice for Los Angeles bungalow gardens. Old specimens in that city illustrate just how beautiful these plants can be at maturity, despite drought and neglect. The thick, scaled, evergreen foliage of 'Kaizuka' is rich, dark green in color and displayed on irregularly twisting stems, adding visual texture to its upright, architectural form. An additional show of attractive,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Chinese Juniper)

The narrow, upright size and beautiful, conical form of Juniperus chinensis ‘Keteleeri’ make it one of the best substitutes for Italian cypress (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana) in colder regions. Its thick, scaled foliage is dark, gray-green in color, and looks lovely when combined with the cool grays and purples found in Mediterranean-style gardens. ‘Keteleeri’ is also noted for its generous display of small, attractive, bluish fruits which appear in fall and winter and are highly...

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James H. Schutte

(Chinese Juniper, Mac's Golden Chinese Juniper)

Juniper ‘Mac's Golden’ forms an upright, spreading column of subdued, golden-green foliage, with blue-green foliage in areas that are shaded from the sun. Its bright, evergreen color makes this shrub a powerful design tool for enlivening the low-maintenance landscape any time of year. ‘Mac's Golden’ is derived from Chinese juniper (Juniperus chinensis), a highly variable species found throughout most of China, whose diversity of form has led to the creation of numerous cultivars of different...

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James H. Schutte

(Chinese Juniper, Maney Chinese Juniper)

Juniperus chinensis 'Maney' is extra cold-hardy, and an ideal evergreen shrub for difficult, northern climates. Its horizontally layered, upward-curving branches display a rich, blue coloring that holds exceptionally well over winter. Its small, bluish-gray, berry-like fruits appear on female plants, and are highly attractive to many birds.

Juniper ‘Maney’ requires full sun and grows in almost any type of soil as long as it is well-drained. Pruning is not advisable for this variety,...

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James H. Schutte

(Chinese Juniper, Mint Julep® Chinese Juniper)

Chinese juniper is a variable evergreen tree or shrub native to China and Japan. The needle-like or scale-like leaves are green to blue-green and usually hold their color in winter. The small, berry-like fruit (on female plants) ripens from whitish blue to dark brown. Chinese juniper prefers full sun and well-drained soil. Many of its cultivars are common in gardens, where they are used for screening, windbreaks and hedging.

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Chinese Juniper, Old Gold Juniper)

Chinese juniper is a variable evergreen tree or shrub native to China and Japan. A sport of 'Pfitzeriana Aurea', 'Old Gold' is a dwarf shrubby hybrid of Chinese juniper with gracefully arching branches. The bronze gold foliage holds its color well into winter, though it may fade slightly in summer. 'Old Gold' prefers sun and well-drained soil, and is widely used for massing or as a foundation plant.

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Chinese Juniper, Parson's Chinese Juniper)

Lush, beautiful and tough as nails, juniper 'Parsonii' is an ideal problem-solver for many difficult sites. It is derived from Chinese juniper (Juniperus chinensis), a highly variable species found throughout China and Japan. Juniper's diversity of form has led to the creation of numerous cultivars of different shapes, sizes and color variations. Parson's juniper forms a low, wide-spreading mound of scaled, evergreen, blue-tinted foliage which is reported to hold its color well through...

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James H. Schutte

(Chinese Juniper, Sea Green Juniper)

Chinese juniper is a variable evergreen tree or shrub native to China and Japan. 'Sea Green' is a compact shrubby selection (or hybrid) of Chinese juniper with mint green foliage on arching, fountain-like branches. The foliage darkens somewhat in winter. 'Sea Green' prefers sun and well-drained soil, and is widely used for massing or as a foundation plant.