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Common name:
Juniper Erect Growing
Regional name:
Marathi - Ubha Juniper
Shrubs, Trees
Cupressaceae or Juniper family
Sun growing, Semi shade, Shade growing
Normal, Can tolerate less, Can tolerate more
Primarily grown for:
Flowering season:
Flowers are inconspicuous
Foliage color:
Green, Blue Grey or Silver
Plant Height or length:
4 to 6 meters
Plant Spread or Width:
1 to 2 meters
Plant Form:
Upright or Erect

Plant Description:

Juniper is a type of coniferous evergreen tree or shrub that belongs to the family Cupressaceae. There are many different species of juniper, with a wide range of sizes, shapes, and growing habits. Some juniper species are small and low-growing, while others can grow into tall trees.

Junipers are known for their hardy nature and ability to thrive in a variety of different climates and soil types. They are often used as ornamental plants in gardens and landscaping due to their attractive, needle-like foliage and interesting branching patterns. Many species of juniper have a pyramidal or columnar shape when they are young, but as they mature, they may become more spreading or irregular in form.

In general, junipers prefer full sun and well-draining soil. They can tolerate drought and salt, making them a good choice for coastal areas. Some species of juniper are more tolerant of shade than others. It is important to choose the right species of juniper for your specific growing conditions.

Junipers can be propagated by seed, cuttings, or layering. They are relatively low-maintenance plants and do not require frequent pruning, although they may benefit from occasional shaping to maintain their desired form.

Growing tips:

Here are some general care guidelines for Juniper plants:

  • Light: Most juniper species prefer full sun, although some varieties can tolerate partial shade.

  • Water: Junipers have low to moderate water needs and can tolerate drought. Water them deeply once or twice a week, depending on the weather and soil conditions. Avoid overwatering, as junipers do not like wet or poorly drained soil.

  • Soil: Junipers prefer well-draining soil with a pH of 6.0-7.0. They can tolerate a wide range of soil types, including sandy, clay, and loamy soils.

  • Fertilization: Junipers do not generally require fertilization, but a slow-release, balanced fertilizer can be applied in the spring if desired. Avoid overfertilizing, as this can cause the plant to become leggy and weak.

  • Pruning: Junipers do not require frequent pruning, but can be trimmed to maintain their desired shape or size. Prune in the spring or summer, using sharp, clean pruning tools. Avoid pruning in the fall, as this can stimulate new growth that may not have time to harden off before winter.

  • Pests and diseases: Junipers are generally resistant to pests and diseases, but can occasionally be affected by juniper scale, juniper mites, or juniper tip blight. Keep an eye on your plants and address any issues promptly to prevent serious damage.

By following these care guidelines, you can help your juniper plants thrive and maintain their attractive appearance.


Junipers are popular ornamental plants that offer a number of benefits. Here are a few reasons why you might consider adding junipers to your landscape:

  • Attractive appearance: Junipers have attractive, needle-like foliage and interesting branching patterns that make them a great choice for garden borders, foundation plantings, and rock gardens. They are available in a wide range of sizes, shapes, and colors, so you can choose the perfect juniper for your garden.

  • Low maintenance: Junipers are relatively low-maintenance plants that do not require frequent pruning or fertilization. They are also drought-tolerant and can withstand salt spray, making them a good choice for coastal areas.

  • Versatility: Junipers can be used in a variety of different garden styles, from formal to naturalistic. They can be used as specimens, in group plantings, or as a hedge or privacy screen.

  • Wildlife habitat: Some species of juniper produce berries that provide food for birds and other wildlife. They can also provide shelter and nesting sites for birds and other animals.

By adding junipers to your landscape, you can add year-round interest and beauty to your garden while also providing habitat for wildlife.