The close-up of cone ( berry-like) Juniperus excelsa, commonly called the Greek Juniper. This blue berries are used as spices and in herbal medicine.

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The close-up of cone ( berry-like) Juniperus excelsa, commonly called the Greek Juniper. This blue berries are used as spices and in herbal medicine.

By October 21, 2017Articles

The close-up of  cone ( berry-like)  Juniperus excelsa, commonly called the Greek Juniper. This blue berries are used as spices and in herbal medicine.

By Teo Spengler Juniper (Juniperus spp), with its feathery evergreen foliage, can work well in the garden in various capacities: as a groundcover, a privacy screen or a specimen plant. If you live in a warmer region like zone 9, you’ll still find many types of junipers to plant. Read on for information on growing juniper in zone 9. Types of Juniper So many types of juniper exist that you are sure to find at least one perfect for your zone 9 garden. The types available in commerce range from low-growing junipers (about ankle height) to upright specimens as tall as trees. Short types of juniper serve well as groundcover and also offer erosion control on slopes. Medium size juniper shrubs, about knee-height, are good foundation plants, while tall and extra-tall types of juniper make good screens, windbreaks or specimens in your garden. Juniper Plants for Zone 9 You’ll find

The close-up of  cone ( berry-like)  Juniperus excelsa, commonly called the Greek Juniper. This blue berries are used as spices and in herbal medicine.

By Teo Spengler Juniper (Juniperus spp), with its feathery evergreen foliage, can work well in the garden in various capacities: as a groundcover, a privacy screen or a specimen plant. If you live in a warmer region like zone 9, you’ll still find many types of junipers to plant. Read on for information on growing juniper in zone 9. Types of Juniper So many types of juniper exist that you are sure to find at least one perfect for your zone 9 garden. The types available in commerce range from low-growing junipers (about ankle height) to upright specimens as tall as trees. Short types of juniper serve well as groundcover and also offer erosion control on slopes. Medium size juniper shrubs, about knee-height, are good foundation plants, while tall and extra-tall types of juniper make good screens, windbreaks or specimens in your garden. Juniper Plants for Zone 9 You’ll find

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