Many plants in this family are.
in this family is likely the Juniper (Juniperus spp.). There exist hundreds of varieties that have a spreading habit. The varieties “Wiltonii” (Juniperus horizontali.
Pieris Plant – Flaming Silver* Juniperus Communis Plant – Compressa Juniper blight can be a serious problem on many of the different species of juniper, but is less frequently a problem on J. communis. Lesser problems include cedar apple rust and wilt. Lesser problems include cedar apple rust and wilt. Juniperus communis ‘Compressa’ The best columnar plant for trough or
Juniperus horizontalis, commonly called creeping juniper, is a procumbent evergreen shrub that is native to Alaska, Canada and the northern U.S. from New England to New York to the Great Lakes, Wyoming and Montana. Distribution in the northern U.S. is somewhat spotty.
into the plant’s interior and removing the individual branches that are growing wayward keeps the plant looking soft and natural. Juniperus horizontalis ‘Gold Fever’ from Iseli Juniperus chinensis.
My latest object of affection is Lime Glow creeping juniper (Juniperus horizontalis). I found this compact evergreen shrub last summer when shopping for tough plants for street-side planting in my new.
Juniperus horizontalis ‘Pancake’ – 6 avialable. There’s a story that Howard Pfeifer, Professor of Botanical Taxonomy at UCONN was on a jaunt in Newfoundland with Nick Nickou. There’s a story that Howard Pfeifer, Professor of Botanical Taxonomy at UCONN was on a jaunt in Newfoundland with Nick Nickou.
Pancake juniper is a particularly diminutive version of the wonderful North American native groundcover, Juniperus horizontalis. This 1990s introduction was discovered in Newfoundland by the late plantsman Nick Nickou and UConn botanist Howard Pfeifer.
of plants that have evolved to tolerate both salt spray on their foliage and salty soils (think beach plants!). Junipers (Juniperus horizontalis and J. virginiana, in particular), bayberry (Myrica.
Plant at least three feet apart. · Blue rug juniper (Juniperus horizontalis "Blue Rug"): The ultimate in prostrate plants, blue stems that hug the ground and creep up to eight feet in diameter. Good f.