Juniperus sabina 'Blue Forest'
More About Juniperus sabina 'Blue Forest'
- Spreading, low-growing plant
- Unusual, upturned branches look like a miniature forest
- Attractive, bluish-green foliage
This juniper gets its name from the unusual, upturned branches that create the appearance of a dwarf, "blue forest".
Blue Forest Juniper Growing and Maintenance Tips
Once established, junipers require little water and tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions. These spreading junipers present a low maintenance option to prevent erosion on hillsides.
Juniperus sabina 'Blue Forest' Characteristics
Average to Dry Soils