Procumbens Nana Juniper
Add a Little Zen to Your Garden
The Procumbens Nana Juniper is known for its...
• unique silvery color
• drought tolerance
• use in bonsai gardens
• accents in miniature landscapes
The Nana Juniper is actually one of the more popular plants used in the ancient art of bonsai, which involves shaping and sculpting miniature landscapes - but Nana's impressive list of attributes don't end there.
Procumbens Nana Juniper has dense blue-green foliage with a hint of silvery-gray so it's sure to stand out. It makes a terrific accent against your flowering perennials.
This spiky textured shrub is low-growing and wide-spreading, giving it a carpet-like appearance. Mature mounds get one foot tall and five feet wide... making it an ideal decorative ground cover.
Nana Juniper creates a peaceful atmosphere of an Asian inspired garden... bringing a Zen-like air of relaxation to any garden. Use this fluid ground-hugger as decorative filler around natural or man-made rocky water features.
This Juniper can also be grown in decorative pots for crafting into small topiary sculptures. A raised bed can also be a great venue, as it encourages the natural tendency of this shrub to cascade gracefully over the sides of the planter.
Procumbens Nana Juniper tolerates drought, heat and humidity, pollution in urban settings, seashore wind and salt, as well as deer and rabbit munching. This juniper is great for planting in areas where soil might be wearing away, as its root system aids in controlling soil erosion.
Nana Juniper looks stunning in rock gardens and trailing around a koi pond or fountain.
Procumbens Nana is a low maintenance shrub that can be planted virtually anywhere, and you will be rewarded with a great looking plant. It is pest and disease resistant and prefers partial to full sun.
Add this aesthetically pleasing juniper to your outdoor living space for year-round enjoyment and satisfaction!.