Identification: help with evergreen id

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  1. hanna

    hanna Active Member 10 Years

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    this plant volunteered in a flower bed of a friend in central Minnesota. It was replanted then in a coffee can
    where it grew nicely.
    We would like to find out what it is. Then find a suitable spot in the yard. Or should we replant it to
    a bigger pot and let it grow more before transplanting? If you need more pictures let us know. There is
    no similar tree in the yard.
     

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  2. Ron B

    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    In eastern North America the common one like this is Juniperus virginiana; otherwise superficially similar J. chinensis may come up on its own also. With it perhaps being possible that one of these in unexpected in a Minnesota location.
     
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    hanna Active Member 10 Years

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    I agree, it looks like a native cedar tree-thanks
     

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