Junipers vary in size and shape from tall trees, 20–40 m (66–131 ft) tall, to
columnar or low ... They are evergreen with needle-like and/or scale-like leaves.
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Jan 13, 2012 ... This common tree in the high desert was used for years by the Native American
primitive culture, in this video ... First time for me, my house smells like gin. ... How
well does it work as a hearth board for hand drill friction fire?
Apr 21, 2015 ... It is both. Click here to learn about juniper tree varieties and care. ... You'll find
junipers that look like ground cover, shrubs or tall trees. Growing ...
Juniper foliage is often prickly and sometimes sticky to the touch. Fruits are
leathery and look like small, hard berries. Northwest species turn blue when
Many people don't realize that juniper trees are a cedar tree because they are an
... Look for small, blue berries at the end of the branches. ... More Like This.
One can use the “berries” of those two “cedars” like juniper berries because they
are junipers. ... One confusing element of identifying some junipers is that their
juvenile leaves look different than ... Iuniperus does NOT mean young — as in “
junior” or evergreen. ... The fruits of these bushes (and trees) though are never
Female cones are generally larger and longer lived, remaining on the tree ... The
cones of junipers have fused scales, resulting in a more berry-like appearance.
Dec 28, 2011 ... But culinarily, the dark violet orbs look and taste enough like berries to ...
Botanically speaking, the dark little berries of juniper trees—which are ...
They are evergreen coniferous trees or shrubs, which are very. ... Scale junipers
usually have needle-like foliage when they are young (called juvenile foliage), ...