GREY OWL JUNIPER is an evergreen shrub that is blue-green.  The branches of this evergreen shrub are soft.  This drought tolerant plant works well as a large ground-cover shrub.  Grey Owl Juniper can be planted as a stand-alone plant or in clumps for added interest.  This evergreen shrub does best in full sunlight exposure.  The mature plant can grow up to three-foot-high and six-foot wide.



Grey Owl Juniper Foliage

Grey Owl Juniper

Juniperus virginiana ‘Grey Owl’

Plant Type- Evergreen Shrub

Flower Color- None

Foliage Color- Blue-Green

Growth Habit- Compact and Dense

Growth Rate- Moderate

Zone- 4-9

Height- 3′

Spread- 6′

Light- Sun

Details- Full sun evergreen shrub that is drought resistant.  Low maintenance evergreen.  Grey Owl Juniper exhibits beautiful silver-colored branches.

Pruning-  Pruning should be done at least once or twice annually to preserve its rounded shape.  This evergreen can be shaped tight by regular pruning or left looking shaggy.  Personal preference should dictate the pruning style.  Do not prune too much of this plant at once, as it will look woody and bare.

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