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Blue Star Juniper, Juniperus squamata 'Blue Star'
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Blue Star Juniper, Juniperus squamata 'Blue Star'
Photo by Doreen Wynja Attractive sparkling blue foliage on dense spreading branches. Creates a colorful contrast to purple and green foliage plants. Use
Blue Star Juniper, Juniperus squamata 'Blue Star'
Blue Star Juniper low mounding blue-grey evergreen.
form, Juniperus conferta 'Blue Pacific', is blue-green, hugs the ground and spreads well in dry places. 'Blue Star' juniper, shown, looks like a bonsai
offer as much impact per square foot as Blue Star juniper (J. squamata ‘Blue Star’, zones 4 to 8). Its billowy blue, highly textural foliage reminds me of
in a natural setting with rocks.Common name: 'Blue Star' juniperBotanical name: Juniperus squamata 'Blue Star'USDA zones: 4 to 8 Water requirement: Light
Blue star juniper - tolerates partial...Blue star juniper. Hardy to -30F
“blue star juniper” — gardenbs
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
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Shanti Garden
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and would love to recreate the Shanti Garden with Junipers....is there a "florida friendly" juniper that would look similar?
blue junipers then hydrangeas then various perennials
Beautiful combo of hydrangeas and Blue junipers (Podocarpus "Icee blue" could be used instead for even more soft texture and lamb
quite frequently in my own landscapes in North Carolina. I love the blue junipers in the back and the beautiful hydrangeas in the middle layer with various
blue junipers in the background with
“the colorful plants” — Debra Scales
Form and Foliage
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Contemporary Landscape
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to them. I think we need a blue spruce .... more things with blue
the Blue Chip juniper (Juniperus horizontalis ‘Blue Chip’, zones 3 to 9) in the
chartreuse, burgundy and blue the trinity in garden design
Blue Chip Juniper (creeping) and Blue Spruce
blue chip juniper blue spruce l;eucadendron and Mt fuji and golden ray
Blue Chip creeping juniper planted in blue, chartreuse & burgundy
burgundy and blue are an invaluable trinity in garden design. Notice how in this photo the Blue Chip juniper (Juniperus horizontalis ‘Blue Chip’, zones
a ground cover — and a colorful one at that. Blue Chip creeping juniper, shown here, has a wonderful blue color with incredible texture. Mother Lode is
yellow foliage. Here we see Blue Chip planted in our color palette of blue, chartreuse and burgundy.Think of creeping juniper as an industrial-grade carpet
“color trio” — Sydney Prochazka
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Matisse Garden Pond Walkway
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What are the low-lying conifers? junipers?
I love the contrast of the bright green and the blue conifers and also that they are so nice and
Yes, this is Zone 6, full sun. Juniper blue star and Japanese Garden Juniper, russian sage, nepeta, miscanthus Adagio, all happy in
They are Blue Star Juniper and Japanese Garden Juniper
Japanese garden juniper / blue star juniper
dwarf Japanese garden juniper blue star juniper
In this garden another dwarf Japanese garden juniper, along with a blue star juniper (Juniperus squamata ‘Blue Star’
the different shades of blue and lavender.
this garden another dwarf Japanese garden juniper, along with a blue star juniper (Juniperus squamata ‘Blue Star’, zones 4 to 8), completes the composition
“Garden” — kerryramsey
Le jardinet
Conifers in containers
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squamata ‘Blue Star’ Common name: Blue star juniper
Interesting color combo in a pot. Blue star juniper, rainbow chard, pink berries??
Unusual container garden with blue star juniper
restrict yourself to only one conifer per container. Here a Blue Star juniper (Juniperus squamata ‘Blue Star’) and Rheingold arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis ‘
restrict yourself to only one conifer per container. Here a Blue Star juniper (Juniperus squamata ‘Blue Star’) and Rheingold arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis ‘
repeated in the design.Featured conifer 1: Blue Star juniper (in the front)Botanical name: Juniperus squamata ‘Blue Star’Approximate size of conifer shown:
Blue star juniper in a container.
““Star juniper, shown here in the foreground"” — lolita58
Wildwood Land Design
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Lanscapes
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Winter Favorites #4 - Globosa Blue Spruce (Picea pungens 'Globosa' Globosa Blue Spruce is a great addition to your garden for any season, but it is
especially helpful this time of year. It's sapphire blue needles add a much needed boost of color and are a great compliment to the red tones of Winterberry
Winterberry Holly and Red Twig Dogwood. Globosa Blue Spruce also adds a light color to the heavy dark green of most evergreens like holly. We use it as a specimen
needles helps showcase this specimen. Often slower growing, plant Globosa Blue Spruce in a full sun to mostly sun location for the best color. Expect an
zones 2 to 8) and blue star juniper (Juniperus squamata ‘Blue Star’, zones 4 to 8).
“Globe blue spruce” — mimete
The Outdoor Room, LLC
Bethlehem Pennsylvania Estate
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View southward featuring chartreuse Deutzia, Blue Star Juniper, Purple Cone Flower and Weeping White Pine. The contrasts yielded through color & texture
Colours. Blue Star juniper for front bed.
How to use it. Blue star juniper earns its place in the design color trinity of blue, chartreuse and red. It offers itself up as a calming, peaceful mediator
“Blue star juniper” — anniethaler
Big Picture Landscapes
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Garden for a Pisces
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glad you like the plants! The closest bed includes Autumn Joy Sedum, Blue Forest juniper, Firefly heather, assorted lewisia and sedums, Quick Silver Hebe and
cryptomeria that I can't recall the name of. The spirea is Magic Carpet and the blue is actually a catmint although there is also a Russian Sage in that bed.
The closest bed includes Autumn Joy Sedum, Blue Forest juniper, Firefly heather, assorted lewisia and sedums, Quick Silver Hebe and
glad you like the plants! The closest bed includes Autumn Joy Sedum, Blue Forest juniper, Firefly heather, assorted lewisia and sedums, Quick Silver Hebe and
cryptomeria that I can't recall the name of. The spirea is Magic Carpet and the blue is actually a catmint although there is also a Russian Sage in that bed.
“Drought tolerance” — tmskelton
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