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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...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Eastern Red Cedar)

The stark, evergreen towers of eastern red cedar are an enduring, widespread presence in the abandoned fields and open roadsides of eastern North America, from Nova Scotia down to northern Florida and across to Texas. Appearing in a variety of shapes and sizes, this fragrant, strong-wooded tree or shrub tends to grow in groups and either adopts a tall and narrow or broadly conical form. It grows slowly to moderately fast, depending on soil and climate, and may eventually become a sizable tree,...

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(Burkii Eastern Red Cedar, Eastern Red Cedar)

This versatile juniper forms a tall pyramid of lovely, blue-gray foliage which develops purple accents in winter. It is a cultivar of eastern red cedar, a hardy, highly adaptable evergreen which is widespread and common across much of eastern North America. ‘Burkii’ is an older variety which has become less common than it once was, but still offers the strength, beauty and resilience of its parent.

Eastern red cedars require full sun and thrive in well-drained soil of low to moderate fertility....

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Jesse Saylor

(Canaertii Cedar, Eastern Red Cedar)

The stark, evergreen towers of eastern red cedar are an enduring, widespread presence in the abandoned fields and open roadsides of eastern North America, from Nova Scotia down to northern Florida and across to Texas. Appearing in a variety of shapes and sizes, this fragrant, strong-wooded tree or shrub tends to grow in groups and either adopts a tall and narrow or broadly conical form. It grows slowly to moderately fast, depending on soil and climate, and may eventually become a sizable tree,...

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Mark A. Miller

(Eastern Red Cedar, Emerald Sentinel™ Eastern Red Cedar)

The stark, evergreen towers of eastern red cedar are an enduring, widespread presence in the abandoned fields and open roadsides of eastern North America, from Nova Scotia down to northern Florida and across to Texas. Appearing in a variety of shapes and sizes, this fragrant, strong-wooded tree or shrub tends to grow in groups and either adopts a tall and narrow or broadly conical form. It grows slowly to moderately fast, depending on soil and climate, and may eventually become a sizable tree,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Eastern Red Cedar)

Offering good looks and remarkable resilience in the face of adversity, 'Cupressifolia' is a real work horse. This slow-growing juniper forms a tall pillar of lush, dark green foliage which looks beautiful year-round. It is a cultivar of eastern red cedar, a hardy, highly adaptable evergreen which is widespread and common across much of eastern North America.

Eastern red cedars require full sun and thrive in well-drained soil of low to moderate fertility. They are highly tolerant of drought,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Eastern Red Cedar, Silver Cedar)

The stark, evergreen towers of eastern red cedar are an enduring, widespread presence in the abandoned fields and open roadsides of eastern North America, from Nova Scotia down to northern Florida and across to Texas. Appearing in a variety of shapes and sizes, this fragrant, strong-wooded tree or shrub tends to grow in groups and either adopts a tall and narrow or broadly conical form. It grows slowly to moderately fast, depending on soil and climate, and may eventually become a sizable tree,...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Eastern Red Cedar, Grey Owl Eastern Red Cedar)

This outstanding juniper features bright, feathery, silvery-blue foliage and a low, spreading form unusual for cultivars of eastern red cedar. It shares the strength, resilience and beauty of its parent, a hardy and adaptable evergreen native to eastern North America. ‘Grey Owl’ is a female clone which sets abundant quantities of attractive, small, blue, berry-like cones, providing valuable winter food for many birds.

Eastern red cedars are low-maintenance plants which require full sun and...

(Eastern Red Cedar, Hetz Red Cedar)

This big beauty forms an enormous, fountain-shaped mound of fine, silvery-blue foliage which beautifies gardens and landscapes year-round. ‘Hetzii’ is a variety of eastern red cedar, a hardy, highly adaptable evergreen which is widespread and common across much of eastern North America. A female cultivar, it may also produce an attractive crop of small, blue-purple, berry-like cones, which provide valuable winter food for numerous birds.

Eastern red cedars are low-maintenance plants which...