Answer: Skyrocket juniper is considered monoecious (having both male and female flowers on the same plant). Junipers can be either monoecious or dioecious but determining which is which is difficult because they are grown from cuttings and will be a clone of their parent. Normally the berry production is not a deciding factor in junipers; mostly they are chosen for their shape, size or color and then propagated for those reasons, not for their ability to produce berries. For that reason, they are generally not identified as male or female. However, Skyrocket will produce both male and female flowers. Hope this information is helpful.
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