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Jesse Saylor

(Common Juniper, Hibernica Common Juniper)

Initially looking like a fluffy, green column but maturing to slightly pyramidal in habit, 'Hibernica' produce dense foliage with fine texture. It's a selection of common juniper, a native to a wide variety of habitats across the Northern Hemisphere. This cultivar may be referred to as Irish juniper as well. The fine-textured, scaled needles range in color from dull blue-green to deep seafoam green. Grow the Irish juniper in lots of sun in any well-drained soil with fertility. It's tolerant of...

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Mark A. Miller

(Common Juniper, Delibab Common Juniper, Kalebab Common Juniper)

Flavor your home brew of gin with the fleshy cones of the common juniper. Found in a wide array of habitats across northern Asia, Europe and North America, the common juniper also is a highly variable plant, ranging from low shrubs to upright, multitrunked, narrow trees. It is the most widely distributed conifer species in the world and only juniper species to occur in Eurasia and North America. Compared to the Chinese juniper (Juniperus chinensis), common juniper prospers in much colder...

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Jessie Keith

(Common Juniper)

Flavor your home brew of gin with the fleshy cones of the common juniper. Found in a wide array of habitats across northern Asia, Europe and North America, the common juniper also is a highly variable plant, ranging from low shrubs to upright, multitrunked, narrow trees. It is the most widely distributed conifer species in the world and only juniper species to occur in Eurasia and North America. Compared to the Chinese juniper (Juniperus chinensis), common juniper prospers in much colder...

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Jesse Saylor

(Common Juniper)

Flavor your home brew of gin with the fleshy cones of the common juniper. While the parent species is found all across the Northern Hemisphere, variety depressa is from North America. It was nearly wiped out in a previous Ice Age, but plants survived in the southern Appalachian Mountains and repopulated the northern half of the continent as the glaciers receded. It excels in rocky soils on slopes, cliffs and summits. The growth habit of this variety is usually multi-trunked and a spreading...

Image of Juniperus communis var. saxatilis photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Common Juniper)

Exceptionally cold hardy with low, spreading growth habits, common juniper is a resilient groundcover for the coldest, driest temperate climates. While the parent species is found all across the Northern Hemisphere, variety saxatilis is from the highest latitudes and elevations. In North America it's only found naturally in northern and western areas, not in the east. It excels in rocky soils on slopes, cliffs and summits. The growth habit of this variety is usually multi-trunked and a low,...

(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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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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Gerald L. Klingaman

(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...