Overview:Categories: Evergreen, Proven Performer, Wildlife Value, Windbreak
A small to medium evergreen tree than reach up to 45 ft, native of western North America and adapted to a wide range of soils and moisture conditions. Slow growing, long lived and winter hardy, it has performed well over the years in our area and is one of our top recommendations for windbreaks.
Use in outer rows of multi-row plantings, where it won’t be over-topped by taller trees. It can also be used in single or twin row high-density windbreak plans, when a dense, medium height barrier is desired.
Provides food and cover for numerous birds and mammals and winter offerings are particularly important for pheasants, mule and whitetail deer.
Relatively free of serious insect or disease problems, coupled with excellent drought tolerance makes the Rocky Mountain Juniper a favorite for conservation goals in our area.
Features:Scientfic Name: Juniperus scopulorum
Growth Habit: Dense
Growth Rate: Slow
Max. Height (ft): 50
Max Width/Spread (ft):
Life Span: Long
Cold Hardiness: Excellent
Drought Resistance: Excellent
Elevation Range: 9000
Wildlife Value: High
Wildlife Notes: Song and ground birds, large browsing mammals
Seasonal Color: evergreen
Possible Insect Issues: juniper broom rust, juniiper gall rusts, juniper true mistletoe
Possible Disease Issues:
It will re-open for ordering in Fall of 2019
*Notices of exact arrival dates will be sent to customers.
- Estimated arrival date for Trees for Conservation Seedling Tree Program Orders is May 10, 2019
*Trees purchased through our programs cannot be resold, are intended for conservation efforts, and not for ornamental-only landscaping projects. We do not ship orders at this time. Other conditions may apply, dependent upon the program products you choose to purchase. For full details, visit our Tree Program, Shipping, Payment & Returns and Terms & Conditions pages for more information.