The Q&A Archives: Motherlode Juniper

Question: Please tell me about the Motherlode Juniper. How did it come to be?

Answer: Juniperus horizontalis 'Motherlode' is an exciting new entry to the many unique and useful plants for low maintenance plantings. A bright, golden yellow sport of `Wiltoni' Rug Juniper, `Mother Lode' holds its bright color all summer in full or partial sun. Fall brings a deep yellow-orange becoming tinged with plum by winter for all-season attraction. A must for every landscape. Use as a focal point, draping over stone, or mass planting as a golden carpet. Very hardy and slow growing. Plants are small from the nursery because they grow so very slowly.

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