Juniper Pine


Juniper trees belong to the genus Juniperus, and they are not technically classified as pines. However, they are often referred to colloquially as “juniper pine” due to their similar appearance and evergreen nature. Junipers come in various species, including the Common Juniper (Juniperus communis) and the Eastern Redcedar (Juniperus virginiana). These trees typically have scale-like or needle-like foliage and produce small, berry-like cones. They are valued for their drought tolerance, low maintenance, and ornamental qualities, often used in landscaping for their attractive foliage and ability to provide texture and structure to gardens.

Height – 4.5 Feet (approx.)

Plastic Pot / Plastic Grow Bags Size – 13X13

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