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  BOTANICAL NAME COMMON NAME DESCRIPTION
JUGLANS NIGRA
JUGLANS NIGRA Black Walnut This tree is noted for its highly prized wood and tasty nuts. Some plants do not grow well under this tree such as Tomatoes, Azalea, Rhododendron and Yews.
JUGLANS REGIA
JUGLANS REGIA English Walnut Large growing tree with edible walnuts that ripen in October. Self-fertile.
JUNCUS BLUE ARROWS
JUNCUS BLUE ARROWS Blue Arrows Rush Upright, stiff blue-green, grassy foliage. Can be grown in a pond but is quite drought-tolerant when grown in the ground. Great texture plant that is low maintenance.
JUNIPER C. BLUE POINT
JUNIPER C. BLUE POINT Blue Point Juniper Upright pyramidal form with blue needle-like foliage that makes a prominent focal point, windbreak or privacy screening. More tolerant of moisture than J. scopulorum varieties.
JUNIPER C. DAUB’S FROSTED
JUNIPER C. DAUB’S FROSTED Daub’s Frosted Juniper The golden yellow, frosted foliage tips create a striking contrast with the pendulous, blue-green mature foliage. This plant makes a good selection for mass plantings or a groundcover for hot, dry banks.
JUNIPER C. FAIRVIEW
JUNIPER C. FAIRVIEW Fairview Chinese Juniper A dense, evergreen shrub or small tree with a columnar to narrow pyramidal habit. Features bright green to bluish green foliage which is attractive year-round. A female cultivar that generally produces numerous, silvery blue, berry-like cones.
JUNIPER C. GOLD COAST
JUNIPER C. GOLD COAST Gold Coast® Juniper The outstanding golden color and compact form make this evergreen an excellent choice as a colorful accent. Color is retained and deepens in winter better than other gold tipped varieties.
JUNIPER C. GOLD LACE
JUNIPER C. GOLD LACE Gold Lace™ Juniper A compact and gracefully arching variety with brilliant gold, evergreen foliage that will brighten any tough spot.
JUNIPER C. HETZII COLUMNARIS
JUNIPER C. HETZII COLUMNARIS Green Columnar Juniper Upright, pyramidal evergreen with mid-green foliage. Heavy fruit will appear in maturity. Dense, tight habit makes it useful as a screen or background plant.
JUNIPER C. HETZII GLAUCA
JUNIPER C. HETZII GLAUCA Blue Hetz Juniper Fast growing, semi-erect form, with blue-green foliage.
JUNIPER C. OLD GOLD
JUNIPER C. OLD GOLD Old Gold Juniper Compact spreader with golden-yellow new growth. Very similar to 'Gold Coast', with a slightly larger mature habit
JUNIPER C. PENCIL POINT
JUNIPER C. PENCIL POINT Pencil Point Juniper A fine, narrow columnar juniper with interesting blue-green foliage and a dense habit of growth. The foliage emerges lime green in spring and remains bluish-green through the winter. Blue berries are produced from late spring to late winter.
JUNIPER C. PROCUMBENS NANA
JUNIPER C. PROCUMBENS NANA Dwarf Japanese Garden Juniper A dense spreader with bluish-green foliage that turns slightly purple in winter.
JUNIPER C. ROBUSTA GREEN
JUNIPER C. ROBUSTA GREEN Robusta Green Juniper A versatile and durable landscape addition that is ideal for accent, windbreak or as a screen for narrow spaces. Its rugged, irregular columnar form holds handsome, tufted bright green foliage.
JUNIPER C. SARGENTII
JUNIPER C. SARGENTII Green Sargent Juniper Slow-growing, wide-spreading juniper with rich, blue-green foliage year round.
JUNIPER C. SAYBROOK GOLD
JUNIPER C. SAYBROOK GOLD Saybrook Gold Juniper A compact, horizontal spreader with needle-like, bright yellow-gold foliage. First introduced by Girard Nurseries.
JUNIPER C. SEA GREEN
JUNIPER C. SEA GREEN Sea Green Juniper Arching branches of dense, mint green foliage. A low-maintenance choice for foundation plantings, borders or masses.
JUNIPER CH. SARGENTII GLAUCA Blue Sargent’s Juniper Low growing evergreen shrub with bluish-gray needle-like foliage and showy blue berries from late spring to late winter. Foliage remains blue throughout the winter. Ideal for use as a low groundcover in sunny dry locations.
JUNIPER CH. SPARTAN
JUNIPER CH. SPARTAN Spartan Juniper A fast-growing evergreen that forms a stately, dark green, densely branched column. Use as a formal accent, screen or windbreak.
JUNIPER CON. BLUE PACIFIC
JUNIPER CON. BLUE PACIFIC Blue Shore Juniper Hardy groundcover with a low, trailing habit and blue-green foliage. Salt tolerant.
JUNIPER HORIZ. BAR HARBOR
JUNIPER HORIZ. BAR HARBOR Bar Harbor Juniper Fast-growing male cultivar that features blue-gray foliage that becomes purplish in winter. It typically grows up to 12” tall but spreads to 6’ wide or more.
JUNIPER HORIZ. BLUE CHIP
JUNIPER HORIZ. BLUE CHIP Blue Chip Juniper Low growing juniper with a good silver-blue foliage all year. Fast growing. Prefers full sun.
JUNIPER HORIZ. MOTHER LODE
JUNIPER HORIZ. MOTHER LODE Motherlode™ Juniper A bright golden form of 'Blue Rug', which is tinged with plum in winter.
JUNIPER HORIZ. WILTONI
JUNIPER HORIZ. WILTONI Blue Rug Juniper A fast growing groundcover with trailing branches and silver-blue foliage.
JUNIPER HORIZ. YOUNGSTOWN
JUNIPER HORIZ. YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown Andora Juniper A handsome, tightly branched form that creates a groundcover versatile for use in rock gardens and in the foreground of borders. The bright green foliage turns plum colored in the winter.
JUNIPER S. BROADMOOR
JUNIPER S. BROADMOOR Broadmoor Juniper A dense, mounded spreader with soft, bright green foliage. Withstands city conditions and holds color well in the winter.
JUNIPER S. BUFFALO
JUNIPER S. BUFFALO Buffalo Juniper Feathery branches of bright green foliage, that holds its color well in the winter. Abundant blue fruit.
JUNIPER S. MOOR-DENSE
JUNIPER S. MOOR-DENSE Moor-Dense® Juniper A low-growing evergreen that is excellent as a groundcover, in rock gardens or cascading over walls or planters. Denser and softer, greener foliage and a more prostrate habit than Broadmoor.
JUNIPER S. SIERRA SPREADER
JUNIPER S. SIERRA SPREADER Sierra Spreader Juniper Lacy, dense, grass-green foliage on a tough, tolerant groundcover.
JUNIPER SC. SKYROCKET
JUNIPER SC. SKYROCKET Skyrocket Juniper The most narrow of upright junipers, with an eye-catching silver-blue color.
JUNIPER SC. TABLE TOP BLUE
JUNIPER SC. TABLE TOP BLUE Table Top Blue Juniper A neat, flat-topped shrub, excellent barrier or informal hedge. The showy, dense, rich silvery-blue foliage highlights this very durable performer.
JUNIPER SC. WICHITA BLUE
JUNIPER SC. WICHITA BLUE Wichita Blue Juniper Broad pyramidal, upright habit with outstanding blue foliage all year. Excellent as a specimen or used as a screen.
JUNIPER SQ. BLUE CARPET
JUNIPER SQ. BLUE CARPET Blue Carpet Juniper Intense, silvery-blue foliage on an excellent carpet-like habit.
JUNIPER SQ. BLUE STAR
JUNIPER SQ. BLUE STAR Blue Star Juniper Bright, steel blue foliage on a chunky, mounded form.
JUNIPER SQ. HOLGER
JUNIPER SQ. HOLGER Holger’s Juniper An attractive accent for the garden with a densely branched, spreading form that displays two toned foliage crested with yellow when new growth appears, backed by the deep blue-green mature foliage.
JUNIPER V. GREY OWL
JUNIPER V. GREY OWL Grey Owl Juniper A broad, slow-growing eastern red cedar with gray-green, needle-like foliage and a compact, wide-spreading habit. Produces berry-like cones which attract birds.
JUNIPER V. TAYLOR Taylor Juniper Semi-soft, blue-green foliage and narrow columnar form provides a refined, elegant look to the landscape. This handsome selection maintains a more dense, upright form than other similar plants, making a great privacy screen, a flanking plant for entrances or a dramatic vertical element to the landscape. A Nebraska Statewide Arboretum introduction.
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