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Juniperus chinensis 'Blue Alps'

…or part of an evergreen backdrop. This slow-growing Chinese Juniper can also be used in the rockery, and needs hardly any maintenance. The foliage and the small fruits are aromatic, smelling a little like gin. A few sprigs of juniper used to light the fire or barbeque…  More Info

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Juniperus scopulorum 'Blue Arrow'

With a fresh Juniper scent, and an upright, thin habit, this architectural conifer is a great choice for the front garden, or as a conifer within a large rockery. It can also be used within a formal garden, for example, planted in pairs along the length of a path. The evergreen…  More Info

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Juniperus communis 'Green Carpet'

This low growing Juniper makes excellent, weed suppressing ground cover for rockeries and borders, or grown as an individual specimen plant. The low, sweeping branches are cloaked in aromatic, evergreen foliage, extending to 1.5m (5?) with maturity. Juniperus communis 'Green Carpet'…  More Info

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Juniperus chinensis 'Blaauw'

…placed on a patio or decking, until it is slightly larger and can then be planted out. It can adapt well to dry, sunny sites. As with all types of Junipers it is slow growing to begin with, but once mature will last for many years with no pruning or maintenance required.…  More Info

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Armeria caespitosa

Armeria caespitosa is a compact thrift forming a dense cushion of fine, evergreen foliage, which in late spring becomes smothered with pale pink flowers held in clusters on short stems. This charming juniper-leaved thrift makes a lovely addition to rockeries, gravel gardens, alpine troughs…  More Info

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