creeping juniper


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Noun1.creeping juniper - low to prostrate shrub of Canada and northern United Statescreeping juniper - low to prostrate shrub of Canada and northern United States; bronzed purple in winter
juniper - coniferous shrub or small tree with berrylike cones
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Creeping juniper will give you an evergreen effect and the variety "Wiltonii" is a widespreading conifer that forms a blue-grey tinged matt of foliage all year round.
Creeping juniper will give you an evergreen effect and the variety 'Wiltonii' is a wide-spreading conifer that forms a blue-grey tinged matt of foliage all year round.
Creeping juniper will give you an evergreen effect and the variety "Wiltonii" is a wide-spreading conifer that forms a blue-grey tinged matt of foliage all year round.
Other prickly candidates include creeping juniper, common holly, firethorn (pyracantha), juniper and purple berberis.terrors Aconitum - also known as 4Toxic monkshood or wolfsbane - is among the most toxic of plants, with ingestion of even a small amount causing stomach upsets.
A tiny creeping juniper named Mother Lode resides in a hollow rock, showing off with its gold-colored foliage.
For instance, we predicted feeding sites will have Mule Deer forage species such as Creeping Juniper (Juniperus horizontalis) and Chokecherry (Prunus virginianus), whereas bedding areas will contain other trees and shrubs such as Limber Pine (Pinus flexibilis) or Canada Buffaloberry (Shepherdia canadensis), which are not as important as forage species.
Another garden guard is creeping juniper. Known as blue rug, it has a thorny stem and foliage and will make a good cover in a front garden without a wall.
Other prickly candidates include creeping juniper, common holly, firethorn (pyracantha), juniper and purple berberis.The Met advises people to plant hedges of such unfriendly shrubs to use nature's own defence mechanisms and keep out burglars.
While there is a Prince Charles rose this made its debut long before the birth of the present incumbent who is more likely to be remembered by a tree, the creeping juniper "Prince of Wales" and a climbing clematis of the same name.
If there is soil available, plant lowmaintenance ground cover plants such as creeping juniper or cranesbill geranium to help deter weeds and provide some colour.
If there is soil available, plant low-maintenance ground cover plants such as creeping juniper or cranesbill geranium to help deter weeds and provide some colour.