what these plants look like when shipped.
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Our Junipers are low-growing, trailing prostrate groundcovers. They are commonly used for mass plantings as a turf substitute, on banks, in rock gardens and planter boxes, around tall shrubs or trees or cascading over a wall. They are excellent for erosion control on light to moderate slopes and are particularly effective in sandy locations along coasts or dunes.
(Dwarf Japanese Juniper) Unique, star-shaped, low-growing, creeping groundcover with deep blue-green foliage that turns slightly purplish in winter. Spreads 4-6 feet wide to form a large, dense mat 6-12" tall.
(Shore Juniper) Low-growing, with ocean blue-green dense, aromatic evergreen needlelike foliage. One of the most popular junipers because of its more compact, resilient habits and superior foliage. 6-12" tall.
(Blue Rug Creeping Juniper) A silvery blue carpet of dense foliage that shifts to purplish-bronze in winter, this low-growing, creeping groundcover spreads 4-6 feet to form a low, dense, evergreen mat 4-6" tall.