Juniperus procumbens A dwarf, procumbent plant with long, wide-spreading stiff branches. A
beautiful ground cover in its finest form. Tips of branches ascend often at
a 20 to 30 degree angle to the ground. Bluish-green in color and after 10
years it maybe 10' in diameter.
Attractive light green foliage that does not burn out. Grows with slight mounding
Dwarf, similar to species, forms a compact mat with branches one on top of
the other. Sreads out as a compact mass of sprays with bluish green foliage
and changing slightly purplish in the winter.Can become quite spreading after
time at around 10' to 12' wide.