- RESILIENT GROUNDCOVER: The Blue Pacific Juniper is a slow-growing and highly manageable shrub. With its needle-like blue-green foliage, Blue Pacific Juniper is a unique plant for non-traditional green spaces. This juniper shrub has a very dense and low-growing habit, maturing to only 6-12 inches tall by 4-6 feet wide.
- JUNIPER BONSAI: Considered a very hardy conifer, the Juniper is a non-flowering tree that makes an excellent choice for bonsai because it is so easy to prune and train. It is one of the most popular bonsai trees and is a favorite of many bonsai enthusiasts. This Juniper is not cut in bonsai form, but you can shape it into a bonsai tree.
- MAINTENANCE: Caring for the Blue Pacific Juniper is easy, but it requires the right environment to promote growth. The tree does well with wiring as it will bend into styles easily. Try not to remove all growing tips simultaneously when pruning, as the leaves may turn brown and the whole plant may decline. Instead, trim dense foliage areas with small, sharp pruning shears.
- USDA ZONES: Blue Pacific Juniper is hardy in zones 3a – 9b is once mature is quite tolerant to drought conditions. During this period, water plants every 2-4 days and then once per week. Juniper plants live and thrive in heat, humidity, drought, polluted/urban environments, and salty coastal environments.
- POTTED PLANT: Ships as a 2.5 Quart potted plant with soil from the Alabama Gulf Coast. This plant is unavailable to ship to Hawaii, California, and Alaska. This juniper is a nonflowering plant.