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Juniperus conferta 'All GOld' photo gallery

Posted by dcsteg 5b (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 7, 11 at 19:47

I'll slow it down and just do one tonight. I don't want to be know as the dude that hogged the forum with his photos.


A pure gold variety of Japanese Shore Juniper. I would say more limey/yellow. Plant prostrate with bright yellow foliage. When established in soil will not burn even in 105 degree heat. The foliage is not sharp like some junipers.

Juniperus conferta 'All Gold'

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RE: Juniperus conferta 'All GOld' photo gallery

Another gorgeous plant! I need a larger garden.

RE: Juniperus conferta 'All GOld' photo gallery

I'll hog it Dave! LOL... Pacing them is better anyways as it'll leave you less drained and give people wonderful plants to look at, and reference for months. I'll contribute as often as I can, I think I have about 3 out of every 4 plants you post. Mine are small, but it's interesting to see the widely different growth habits/speeds between our climates. From what I have seen so far, Cedrus seem to grow faster here, Picea faster there.


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