A superb blend of white and pink and, later in season, dark red blooms on perfectly shaped panicles of 25 to 30 cm long supported by red stems. Dense habit shrub. Fast growth. Prune severely in spring to enhance better flowering.
Wichita Blue has been planted in landscapes for many years and is known for having the bluest foliage of all the upright Junipers. It has a relatively rapid growth. Ideal alone or in contrast, in a clump. It tolerates pollution, but not the shade.
A very flat and spreading evergreen with intense silver-blue foliage. Fuller, more naturally compact, and better foliage colour than the junipers of the same type. The mature growth has purple tinged tips. It grows fairly quickly and makes an excellent groundcover. It tolerates well pollution but not the shade.
It has a silvery blue foliage becoming purplish in fall. Very good groundcover with creeping branches for rock garden or stone wall. It makes a great carpet. It tolerates well pollution but not the shade.
Very narrow, columnar shaped evergreen. Branches and new shoots are upright. Dense, delicate foliage that is soft to the touch, bluish in color. Not demanding regarding soil conditions, exept that it does not tolarate excessively humid areas. Plants in areas that are protected from winds. Used isolated or small areas.