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What type of evergreen?

Posted by aiannar974 8 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 11, 14 at 14:27

These are outside my work. What kind of evergreen are they? They have grayish blue berries. I am in plano near dallas tx. They look good at work, but are there any issues with the plant? Can they handle wind in an open space?

Thank you,


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RE: What type of evergreen?

Perhaps Juniperus chinensis 'Torulosa'.

RE: What type of evergreen?

It does have that appearance, more commonly called Hollywood Juniper. Named for "The" Hollywood, CA. Recommended as a windbreak, so wind is no problem. Very drought-tolerant once they have gained some size. Ask to see what watering schedule those are on. Mine takes regular pruning well. Once mature, there will be a litter of tiny needles and berries, but that is no problem out in the open.

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