Groundcover Junipers are low growing, spreading shrubs that can be found growing on almost every continent of the planet. These cold hardy, drought tolerant evergreens make exemplary garden foundations with their solid, dependable color that creates a feeling of coolness and stability in any setting. Blue Chip is one of the many cultivars of these ever-popular groundcovers that stands out for having a true blue-green foliage through the warm months, and taking on a deep maroon to purple tint in the winter. The finely-textured, spreading branches help to mitigate erosion and soften the landscape. Blue Chip Juniper is especially beautiful when trailing through the bulky, hard angles of cactus and rock gardens.
Height: 1 foot
Width: 6 – 8 feet
Bloom color: Inconspicuous
Flowering season: Spring
USDA minimum zone: 4
Cold hardiness: -30° F


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