The Broadmoor Juniper (Juniperus sabina 'Broadmoor') provides yards with an even sweep of green. It is known for its ability to green up unattractive regions of the yard and its extremely hardy nature.
This ultra-low growing ground cover features dense and attractive coverage for hard to plant areas of the yard. Unlike some junipers, the Broadmoor Juniper's foliage is soft and featherlike. This creates a wind-swept appearance. Its soft needles also make it an ideal low-growing shrub for highly trafficked areas. If your little ones run barefoot in the backyard or you don't want your ankles getting scratched on your walking path, the Broadmoor Juniper will surely make your day.
The Broadmoor Juniper grows in a prostrate form, staying low to the ground and spreading outward. It produces strong, long branches that sprout upward from the center, but quickly settle along the ground. Its branches remain covered in green foliage that tends to have tinges of blue during warm weather and gold in the winter.
The Broadmoor Juniper looks best when allowed to spread over rock or mulch, keeping its free form appearance. It will naturally cascade and overflow onto walkways or over retaining walls. It can be pruned and conform to boxes and beds, though. Because of its ability to thrive in dry, rocky, soil with full sun, many gardeners plant their Broadmoor Juniper in their rock gardens or raised retainer walls.
This handsome and hardy evergreen will happily make your acquaintance. Order enough for a cohesive landscaping plan. Use your Broadmoor Juniper as a foundation planting, border, low-growing hedge, or as an erosion-reducing groundcover. Order your Juniper today!
|Botanical Name||Juniperus sabina 'Broadmoor'|
|Mature Height||12 - 18 inches|
|Mature Spread||4 - 6 feet|
|Soil Type||Well Drained|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|
|Growing Zone Range||3-7|