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Blue Point Juniper Spiral Topiary
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If you’re the kind of person who takes pride in having a neat, manicured landscape, then our Blue Point Juniper Spiral Topiary Tree is the tree for you. This small evergreen specimen tree always looks sharp and stylish. Its steely blue needles and picturesque form will add instant curb appeal to your landscape; plant a matching pair of Blue Point Spirals on either side of your front door for a well balanced, picture-perfect look. Dress up the handsome pair in winter with Christmas lights or illuminate them at night with uplighting to give your home an extra-cozy, warm and welcoming glow after dark.
- Hardiness Zone: 4-9
- Exposure: Full Sun
- Deer Resistant: Yes
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Blue Point Juniper is a type of Chinese Juniper, a rugged evergreen conifer native to a vast region that includes China, Japan, Mongolia, and Korea. Chinese Juniper naturally assumes a wonderfully diverse array of forms, from low groundhuggers to towering trees, and in all shades of green, blue, and gold. Blue Point is a selection that has stood the test of time, having originated at an American nursery in the early 1970s. Even in its pyramidal form Blue Point Juniper remains a popular choice, but shaped into a Spiral Topiary Tree it becomes a highly sought after work of art!
Our Blue Point Juniper Spiral Topiary Trees aren’t churned out in a factory somewhere, but are handcrafted one by one in the great outdoors by our talented team of growers. It isn’t a process that can be rushed; it takes several years to go from a single cutting to a fully finished piece of living sculpture that’s ready to be showcased in your yard, but we’re proud of the results.
How to Grow
Chinese Junipers are tough, adaptable plants, and the Blue Point Chinese Juniper is no exception. Its only non-negotiable demands are all-day sun and excellent drainage. It appreciates regular irrigation during establishment, but after a year or two it should be quite drought tolerant. You’ll need to trim your Blue Point Juniper Spiral Topiary Tree on a regular basis—at least once a year—to keep it looking tidy. Maintenance isn’t as difficult as you may think, as long as you don’t let it get too shaggy before getting the shears out. Please don’t hesitate to ask our expert growers for help at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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