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Discussion in 'Gymnosperms (incl. Conifers) Photo Gallery' started by dcsteg, Aug 30, 2007.
Always draws a crowd. A great focal point conifer.
This plant is very pretty, but can get very large, right?
Index #: 101493
Botanical Name: Juniperus scopulorum 'Tolleson's Weeping Blue'
Common Name: Rocky Mountain Juniper
Status: Established, Registration Unknown - ' ' added.
Form: Mounding, Arching, or Weeping
Size: Large: > 12" (30cm) per yr, > 15' (4.5m) at 10 yrs.
Color: Blue Green
USDA Zone: 4 (-30 to -20 F / -34.4 to -28.9 C)
characteristics.) (Jacobson) In commerce (as 'Tolleson Weeping') since 1945. Very common only since ca. 1973. A tree with beautiful pendulous bluish foliage. See also Juniperus scopulorum 'Pendula'. Record: 26' x 2/10" x 26' Los Angeles, CA (1993; pl. 1969 as J. scopulorum f. rependens). <Jacobson> lists the name of this plant as: Juniperus scopulorum 'Tolleson's Blue Weeping'.
(Who was first to
intro and when?) (Jacobson) Origin not known.
(Date and location
of publications.) Jacobson, Arthur Lee 'North American Landscape Trees' - (1996); Ten Speed Press. ISBN: 0898158133
(And source info.) (Barger); Robert A. Obrizok - A Garden of Conifers: Introduction and Selection Guide; Second edition (1994); Capability's Books.
Revision Date: 10/12/2006