The Dwarf Juniper Procumbens Nana Juniper is a compact low growing ground-cover with bluish-grey foliage that will stay evergreen even in harsh winter conditions. The slow growth slow growth and short needle foliage provides a soft look in the landscape. Nana is commonly used in rock and Asian inspired gardens as well as in containers on patios. Also this plant is often is selected to create bonsai trees and small topiaries. This is a particularly resilient plant with the ability to thrive in heat, humidity, drought, polluted/urban environments, and salty coastal environments.
Spacing Your Green Mound Nana Juniper
For a seamless planting, space your Green Mound Nana Juniper 4-6 feet apart from plant center to plant center. For space between plantings, plant them 6-10+ feet apart.