Blue Pygmy Juniper
This tiny, spreading, blue-gray mound produces fascinating, textural foliage and maintains a congested compact habit. A close look at Juniperus horizontalis ‘Blue Pygmy’ shows that new growth tips are smooth and round, while the inner, older branches have sharp, awl-shaped needles. The miniature juniper with a tight, horizontal form was discovered at Jeddeloh Nurseries in Germany, about 1990. Show it off in a trough, rock garden or model railroad.
Garden Size: 6″H x 1’W
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