Juniperus scopulorum ‘Gray Gleam’
Junipers are midwestern favorites because of their adaptability to soil conditions and variable climate. They can withstand pollution, drought, and clay soils. Gray Gleam is a columnar form with silver-gray foliage that becomes even more striking in the winter. This selection is male, so it won’t produce berries. It can withstand heavy pruning, but slow growth rate results in a naturally dense, bushy form.Photo courtesy of Monrovia.