The Blue Pacific Juniper is a hardy groundcover with a low trailing habit. It produces short, aromatic, needle-like blue-green foliage and is commonly used for foundation plantings or around trees and shrubs. Water before planting Plant in high filtered shade to full sun Dig hole 3 times the width of pot Backfill and plant 1-2 inches above soil level Water and add more soil if needed Mulch plants Apply a balanced slow-release fertilizer each spring GROWTH & CARE Plant Name Blue Pacific Juniper Scientific Name Juniperus conferta Blue Pacific Exposure Full sun Bloom / Feature Aromatic foliage Average Dimensions 1 feet H x spreading USDA Zones USDA Zones 5 -9 Soil Adapts to most types Water: Water as needed Uses: Groundcover border mass planting What's my zone USDA Hardiness Zone Finder Plant Directions: Sent with order
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