The Q&A Archives: Globe Cedar

Question: My son purchased globe cedar, ice blue juniper and mugo pine. How should he take care of these plants?

Answer: Globe cedar grows best in part sun, in average soil. It is cold hardy to zone 3 (-40?C/-40?F) and reaches a mature height x width: 4' x 3-4'; it has a rounded growth habit and does not require shearing. Icee Blue Junipers prefer full sun and average soil; water deeply once each week during the growing season to promote a deep root system. Mugo pines will grow in full sun to part shade in moist, well draining soils. A deep soaking once each week should keep a Mugo pine happy.


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