This juniper has a low, spreading habit that makes it ideal for cascade and semi-cascade styles. In nature it grows as a small ground-cover shrub. The foliage is bright green.
|‘Nana’ – One of the finest groundcover junipers, this old favorite grows similar to the species, but is more dwarfed. Plants appear as a neat, mounded mat of small branchlets 2′ tall and up to 10′ wide. The plant mounds on itself with age and develops a slight purple cast in winter.|
|Botanical Name:||Juniperus Procumbens ‘Nana’|
|Height:||18 – 24″|