Rocky Mountain Juniper is a very hardy, drought-resistant tree that is native to southwest North Dakota. The species grows on a variety of sites, but is probably best suited to the western Dakotas and eastern Montana. The seed for this year’s crop was collected in both north central North Dakota and South Dakota. Juniper have been widely planted for windbreak and wildlife use and have a silver-green foliage and blue berry-like seeds. The mature height of Rocky Mountain juniper is approximately 15 to 30 feet. Plant 6 to 12 feet apart in a windbreak.
Juniper, Rocky Mountain - Seedling
All items must be picked up at that Yuma County Conservation District, 247 N. Clay St., Wray, CO 80758
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