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Sought after for its elegant and almost Romanesque look, the Taylor Juniper has a unique columnar form. It’s in a league of its own with its voluminous emerald green foliage and strong height elevating your landscape appeal. You’ll be pleased to know this handsome plant isn’t high maintenance as it keeps its stunning figure all on its own. The list of benefits continues as it makes the perfect pillar for an attractive privacy screen, windbreaker, or sound barrier. One of the most versatile junipers you can find making a strong statement all-year-round!
Found growing wild in Taylor, Nebraska in 1978, and was released by the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum in 1992 to the nursery trade. Known as the “Mother Tree,” it is a genetic variation of the common Red Cedar. Taylor Juniper is also a “Great Plant for the Great Plains” recipient for 2003.
You will even make your local birds happy with a Taylor Juniper as they enjoy the blue berries that dot the branches in the spring.
How to Grow
Taylor Juniper is about as easygoing as they come. It appreciates regular irrigation during establishment, but after a year or two, it should be quite drought tolerant. This is a plant you can count on in challenging urban situations, as it copes well with pollution and poor, dry soil. It also finds a happy home in open, windy sites in the country.
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