Juniper - Blue Arrow
Juniper - Blue Arrow

Juniper - Blue Arrow

Juniper - Blue Arrow

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The Blue Arrow Juniper is a wonderful narrow accent plant, reaching 10 or 12 feet tall, while staying no more than 2 feet wide. It has dense foliage that is a rich silver-blue all year round, and this tree is hardy even in zone 4, making it a great substitute in colder regions for the Italian Cypress. Fast growing, adding 12 to 18 inches a year, It makes a beautiful specimen and focal point in any garden, from natural and xeric gardens to formal Mediterranean ones, as well as part of a collection of different decorative evergreens. It also looks great in planters and containers, where it will bring height to smaller spaces, without needing much horizontal room. Even on balconies it can be used to fill corners, creating a wonderful atmosphere.

  • Extremely narrow vertical accent plant
  • Strong silver-blue coloring all year round
  • Cold hardy even in zone 4
  • Very drought-resistant and heat tolerant
  • Grows well even in poor, rocky soils

The Blue Arrow Juniper is extremely tough and easy to grow. Once established it is highly drought-resistant, and it is a perfect choice for low-water gardens, and rocky, semi-natural areas too. It will grow in any well-drained soil, including poor, sandy and rocky ones, and even in coastal areas, where it is resistant to salt-spray and salty winds. It normally has no pests or diseases, and as an American native-plant it fits well into natural areas too. It needs no clipping or trimming to maintain its tight, narrow profile for life, and once established it is extremely low-maintenance and a great choice for busy gardeners.

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The Blue Arrow Juniper is a wonderful narrow accent plant, reaching 10 or 12 feet tall, while staying no more than 2 feet wide. It has dense foliage that is a rich silver-blue all year round, and this tree is hardy even in zone 4, making it a great substitute in colder regions for the Italian Cypress. Fast growing, adding 12 to 18 inches a year, It makes a beautiful specimen and focal point in any garden, from natural and xeric gardens to formal Mediterranean ones, as well as part of a collection of different decorative evergreens. It also looks great in planters and containers, where it will bring height to smaller spaces, without needing much horizontal room. Even on balconies it can be used to fill corners, creating a wonderful atmosphere.

  • Extremely narrow vertical accent plant
  • Strong silver-blue coloring all year round
  • Cold hardy even in zone 4
  • Very drought-resistant and heat tolerant
  • Grows well even in poor, rocky soils

The Blue Arrow Juniper is extremely tough and easy to grow. Once established it is highly drought-resistant, and it is a perfect choice for low-water gardens, and rocky, semi-natural areas too. It will grow in any well-drained soil, including poor, sandy and rocky ones, and even in coastal areas, where it is resistant to salt-spray and salty winds. It normally has no pests or diseases, and as an American native-plant it fits well into natural areas too. It needs no clipping or trimming to maintain its tight, narrow profile for life, and once established it is extremely low-maintenance and a great choice for busy gardeners.

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