Juniperus flaccida

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Noun1.Juniperus flaccida - small tree of western Texas and mountains of Mexico having spreading branches with drooping branchletsJuniperus flaccida - small tree of western Texas and mountains of Mexico having spreading branches with drooping branchlets
juniper - coniferous shrub or small tree with berrylike cones
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Junipers are a highly diverse group, from types that hug the ground, not exceeding six inches in height, to weeping juniper trees that grow more than thirty feet tall.
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Their growth forms are highly variable; there are junipers that hug the ground, not exceeding 6 inches in height, and weeping juniper trees that grow more than 30 feet tall.