Creeping Juniper Blue Rug. Change light needs full sun It grows up to about six inches and can spread to around eight feet.
It grows as a dense, trailing, creeping form, making an excellent ground cover and for erosion control. Excellent for large scale groundcovers or cascading over walls. It is native to alaska, canada, and the northern u.s from new england to new york to the great lakes, wyoming, and montana.
Remove The Needles From The Bottom Third Of The Cutting, Dip The End In Powdered Rooting.
Juniperus conferta or shore juniper is ideal for sandy and poor soils. The vines are flat growing, and the foliage typically only grows 4” tall. Department of agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 through 9, is a commonly found cultivar of creeping juniper.
Its Coverage And Color Says It All For The 'Blue Rug'.
It is native to alaska, canada, and the northern u.s from new england to new york to the great lakes, wyoming, and montana. It has a silver blue color and grows 6 inches or less off the ground. It pairs nicely with other evergreens, below trees, or along hardscapes.
It Grows As A Dense, Trailing, Creeping Form, Making An Excellent Ground Cover And For Erosion Control.
Description blue rug' is the lowest growing and possibly the slowest growing juniper.