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HEIGHT:4 - 6 feet
SPREAD:5 - 10 feet
DISTINCTIONS:Spreading shrub with upright, arching branches; dark green.
LIMITATIONS:Needs drainage; plant in full sun.
HARDINESS:SC, SE (Zone 3)
ORIGIN:Europe, Asia, Siberia, Caucasus.
CULTIVARS:‘Broadmoor’ Dwarf, low-spreading, non-fruiting form; foliage is a soft grayish-green. ‘Buffalo’ Similar to ‘Tamariscifolia’ with feathery branches and bright green foliage; retains good color in winter; 12" tall and spreads to 8' wide; good groundcover for south central. ‘Skandia’ Low, spreading; dense grayish-green foliage; makes an excellent ground cover. ‘Tamariscifolia’ Tams Juniper; blue-green; low spreading shrub; 18" tall and spreads to 10' wide.
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