Please don't yell, I don't have it's right name, maybe. Anyway, It's going to be a big guy, reportedly.
I gave up on all other junipers except for 2 ground types. This I hate to waste. I'm thinking of clearing a large space on a slope on a south exposure. I know they like dry soil, wind enough to get their foliage dry. NOT PLANTED TOO DEEPLY.
My question is this sight is at the top of a small retaining wall, thus elevating it futher to about 4 feet (at soil level) from the ground). No, it's way too far back to block any traffic views. Would the winter winds that can be strong at times coming straight at this thing from both the south, west (which really doesn't give it much "protection") be too much for it? I hear of winter desication, etc. But I also think these can be used as windbreaks. Though I'm unsure what that means.
Any advice would be appreciated greatly
Sorry I'm rambling, not feeling well,