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juniper juniperus

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California Juniper
... California Juniper California Juniper Juniperus californica Grows west of the Sierra Nevada (Photo: Charles Webber, California Academy of Sciences) sitemap ...
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Rocky Mountain Juniper
... Rocky Mountain Juniper Rocky Mountain Juniper Juniperus scopulorum (photo: Charles Webber, California Academy of Sciences) sitemap Internet Searching Modifiers:-, "", OR, site:, ~ (synonym) ...
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Juniperus monosperma, oneseed juniper
... Juniperus monosperma, oneseed juniper Juniperus monosperma (Engelm.) Sarg. Family: Cupressaceae (cypresses & junipers) Common name: oneseed juniper Synonyms: J. occidentalis var. gymnocarpa, Sabina monosperma Shrub or small tree ... between the high plains grassland and the pine forests. NWI status: none Comment: Juniperus is the ancient classical name for the old-world junipers; monosperma refers to ...
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Juniperus pinchotii, redberry juniper
... Juniperus pinchotii, redberry juniper Juniperus pinchotii Sudworth Family: Cupressaceae (cypress & juniper) Common names: redberry juniper, Pinchot's juniper Synonyms: J. texensis, J. monosperma var. pinchotii Evergreen shrub or ... northern Mexico. Habitat: Rocky slopes and gypsum hills. NWI status: none Comment: Juniperus is the ancient classical name for the old-world junipers; pinchotii honors ...
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Juniperus communis- Mountain Juniper
... Juniperus communis- Mountain Juniper Juniperus communis var. montana Mountain Juniper Family: Cupressaceae (Cedar family) Photo taken at Swauk Pass, elevation 5500 ft., open rocky ridge ...
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Cedar or Juniper?
... Cedar or Juniper? Cedar or Juniper? GardenLine | Trees and Shrubs | Cedar or Juniper? Another common query of Gardenline is where it is recommended to plant cedars and junipers. ... . They should be planted on a north or east exposure and given plenty of moisture. Juniper (Juniperus) The junipers are evergreens with similar growth habits to cedars. Upright junipers have compact, pyramidal ...
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Japanese Dwarf Garden Juniper
... Japanese Dwarf Garden Juniper Japanese Dwarf Garden Juniper - Juniperus procumbens nana General Information: This is the tree that is most often used for the ... bonsai if it is properly trained and cared for (unlike the average "mall bonsai"). This juniper has a low, spreading habit that makes it ideal for cascade and semi-cascade styles ...
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Blue Juniper
... Blue Juniper Blue Juniper - Juniperus squamata General Information: This juniper is notable for its striking blue-gray foliage. A number of varieties exist, including 'Meyeri', ' ...
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BANNER="OD15 - ORNAMENTAL NOTE NO. 15 JUNIPER DISEASES AND THEIR CONTROL IN THE LANDSCAPE
... and dieback caused by the fungi Phomopsis juniperovora and Kabatina juniperi occur on redcedar (Juniperus virginiana) and some ornamental junipers. These diseases are more common in the mid-west ... are applied before infection occurs. Other Problems Browning of the older needles of shore juniper (Juniperus conferta) has caused concern in North Carolina. The problem is common throughout the state ...
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Juniperus occidentalis Hook
... Juniperus occidentalis Hook Juniperus occidentalis Hook. Western Juniper Cupressaceae -- Cypress family J. Edward Dealy Western juniper (Juniperus occidentalis) is also called Sierra juniper. There ... juniper (Juniperus californica) and Utah juniper (J. osteosperma) (20). This is the only documented area where western juniper and singleleaf pinyon (Pinus monophylla) grow together in a pinyon-juniper ...
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