Creeping Juniper (Juniperus horizontalis)
Other Names: Creeping Savin
Native to the U.S.
COLDEST USDA Cold Hardiness Zone Where Species Typically Survives: 4
Range: Nova Scotia to southeastern Alaska, south to New York, Minnesota, Black Hills, and Colorado Rockies, and central British Columbia
Typical Mature Height: crawling shrub, usually up to 3 feet tall
Light Requirement: partial shade, sun
Soils: dry, rocky soils
Habitat: open, dry areas and hillsides
Cone: dark blue, berry-like cones
Wildlife Value: utilized for cover by numerous species of wildlife; seeds from cones are eaten by numerous seed-eating birds and mammals
Uses: often planted as an ornamental shrub or as ground cover to reduce erosion
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Photo by Rob Routledge, Sault College, Bugwood.org
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