Beautyful narrow and conical juniper; bears a light green foliage all year round. It produces a lot of little silvery berries, very showy. It grows faster then other kind of junipers. They tolerate well pollution but not shady area.
Vibrant gold foliage, outstanding all seasons. A shrub with a spreading form, useful to fill out a sparse landscape. Hardy and rugged, plants are reliable growers, and actually become brighter yellow in the heat of summer. It tolerate well pollution but not shady area.
Dwarf, prostrated evergreen with a dense foliage. Grayish green foliage, prickly, that becomes paler during winter. Used in rock gardens, mixed with other shrubs, also used as a bonsai. Tolerates well pollution but not the shade.
'Compressa’ is a dwarf, upright, narrow, cone-shaped form of common juniper. It is a very slow growing evergreen shrub 2,5-5 cm (1-2”) per year which typically reaches only 60-90 cm (2-3’) tall after 10 years. Dark blue-green foliage.
It adds a bright narrow column of fantastic yellow to a subdued area. The strong vertical lines created are much appreciated in today's smaller landscape styles. The junipers prefer light, sandy and moist soil, but they can adapt to any type of soil. They tolerate well pollution but not shady area.
The bright green new growth on this densely textured, spreading, groundcover juniper will mature to form a thick dark green carpet. This tidy, dwarf compact form of spreading common juniper matures to a 1m spread making this an ideal choice for smaller properties and rock gardens. It tolerates well pollution but not the shade. During the winter, the foliage turns purplish blue.