- Large Pyramidal Form
- Blue-green color
- Dense Foliage
- Reliably Hardy
- Easily shaped
When you think of a classic evergreen shrub that stands watch by a doorway, or gives weight to the corners of a border, you are thinking of the Blue Point Juniper. Maturing to a pyramidal 12-14 feet high with a spread of 10 feet, it is thick and sturdy enough to withstand windy conditions better than most upright junipers, too.
The color stays an exceptional blue-green year-round providing a perfect stage for more colorful annuals and perennials. The shape is naturally a soft pyramid, but Blue Point takes a good shearing like a pro and can be shaped any way you would like.
Like most junipers, Blue Point is a trooper when it comes to weather extremes. It stays green during the coldest winter and doesn’t look wilted in summer heat. It even does well in the more shaded areas of your landscape.
It’s deer resistant, so no need to worry about the devastation that foraging can sometimes cause other garden plants.