Web Results

Juniper

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juniper

Junipers are coniferous plants in the genus Juniperus /dʒuːˈnɪpərəs/ of the cypress family ... Junipers vary in size and shape from tall trees, 20–40 m (66– ...

Common Juniper Trees in North America - Forestry - About.com

forestry.about.com/od/conifers/tp/the_juniper_tree.htm

The common Juniper, is a species in the genus Juniperus, in the family ... There are thirteen juniper species native to North America and eleven are mostly tree- like. ... Does your tree have berrylike, bluish, glaucous, bloomy cones on tips of ...

Juniper Tree Varieties – Is Juniper A Tree Or Bush

www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/shrubs/juniper/growing-juniper-trees.htm

Apr 21, 2015 ... You'll find junipers that look like ground cover, shrubs or tall trees. ... Junipers do not like having their feet in wet mud, but tolerate most other ...

The Junipers: Classic Western Trees - DesertUSA

www.desertusa.com/flora/junipers.html

Southwest locals often refer to juniper trees as “cedars.” Towns like Cedar City, Utah, Cedaridge, Colorado or Cedar Springs, Nevada ... leaves or the shredded- bark-look or the reddish wood of a juniper to that of a cedar. ... Similar to other junipers, western junipers do not attain a great height, but may average 40 feet tall.

Juniper Genus: Common Trees of the Pacific Northwest

oregonstate.edu/trees/conifer_genera/juniper.html

Their fruits look like berries and their leaves may be either scale-like or needle- like. ... Rocky Mountain juniper: found in north eastern Oregon; its needles do not  ...

Junipers | Eat The Weeds and other things, too

www.eattheweeds.com/junipers/

One can use the “berries” of those two “cedars” like juniper berries because they ... In some species of juniper young leaves look very different than older leaves. .... Do you have any information about when these trees fruit and when the best ...

juniper Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about ...

www.encyclopedia.com/topic/juniper.aspx

Get information, facts, and pictures about juniper at Encyclopedia.com. ... The tree's therapeutic properties stem from a volatile oil found in the berries. ... properties help to relieve the inflammation, stiffness, and pain that are present in conditions like arthritis, rheumatism, and gout. ..... Whatever You Do, Don't Look ...

ID my Bonsai, tree identification guide - Bonsai Empire

www.bonsaiempire.com/tree-species/bonsai-identification

All you need to do is to have a close look at your tree's foliage and walk through ... A juniper species with delicate soft scale-like foliage, which depending on the ...

Identifying Conifers: Arborvitae, Douglas Fir, Fir, Juniper, Pine ...

www.ext.colostate.edu/mg/gardennotes/152.html

Pinaceae family (pine, spruce, fir and Douglas fir) with needle-like leaves ... Conifers do not flower; they produce seed in a structure made up of modified leaves ... Female cones are generally larger and longer lived, remaining on the tree until ...

Foraged Flavor: All About Juniper | Serious Eats

www.seriouseats.com/2014/01/foraged-flavor-all-about-wild-juniper.html

Jan 22, 2014 ... Whenever I'm foraging among the junipers I like to breathe in deeply. ... If you look closely at a juniper branch, you'll find that they all have tiny ... Only the female tree makes the berries, while the male just has little brown cones. ... Foraged Flavor: How to Tap Maple Trees (And What to Do With the Sap) ...

More Info

Cedars and Junipers - Identifying North American Trees - Forestry

forestry.about.com

Jun 18, 2016 ... If tree foliage is a scale-like leaf, then you're probably dealing with a ... To figure out which of these trees you might have, take a look at the ... Does your tree have small cones or tiny pink flowers attached to the fan-like sprays?

What Do Juniper Bushes Look Like? | Home Guides | SF Gate

homeguides.sfgate.com

Juniper shrubs are part of the genus Juniperus, which consists of about 50 to 60 species of evergreen, coniferous trees and shrubs. They're hardy in a variety of ...

Juniper (Juniperus communis) - British trees - Woodland Trust

www.woodlandtrust.org.uk

What does juniper look like? Overview: mature trees can reach a height of 10m and live for up to 200 years. Its bark is grey-brown and peels with age, and its ...