A classically elegant selection, the Blue Point Juniper is just what any formal landscape or garden needs! This evergreen features reliable blue-green foliage with a naturally pyramidal growth habit. Juvenile leaves emerge needle-like, and mature to small sprays of rounded-end, scaled leaves. This foliage is quite dense. Therefore, it's ideal for usage as a privacy screen, noise barrier, or windbreak.
This Juniper tree is truly an easy-care variety. Little, if any, pruning is required to keep this tree looking its best.
Once established, the Blue Point Juniper is drought tolerant, as well as deer resistant.
This is a remarkably versatile vertical element that works phenomenally well in landscapes, gardens, or containers. Line a walkway with them, plant them in a row of large containers, dot a property-line with them, or use one as a specimen. They're sure to whip any landscape into shape with their rigid, sophisticated structure.
Looking to add a little more flair to your landscape? The Blue Point Juniper can be trimmed into fantastic topiary shapes, such as spirals or poodle patterns.
We guarantee that when you order Blue Point Junipers from PlantsbyMail.com, you'll receive healthy specimens that have matured into their pots.
Hardy from USDA Zones 4-9, down to -30°F once well-established.
Plant in Full Sun for best results, too little sun will result in less dense foliage.
Water 2-3 times per week during the first growing season to ensure that it establishes deep root systems. During the second growing season, water 1-2 times per week. Afterwards, the Blue Point Juniper needs little supplemental water.
This blue-green Juniper tree tolerates a wide range of soil qualities, as long as it has good drainage. Junipers are vulnerable to root rot in perpetually moist or soggy soils.
Fertilize every few months during the growing season with a high nitrogen fertilizer to facilitate quicker growth.
For a seamless planting, space your Blue Point Juniper 6-8 feet apart from plant center to plant center. For space between plantings, plant them 8-10+ feet apart.