Low spreading juniper resistant to disease in kentucky - Knowledgebase Question

Owensboro, KY
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Question by dtthacker
January 16, 2007
Looking for a low, evergreen less than 12 inches high, that is disease and insect free for western kentucky.

Answer from NGA
January 16, 2007
Junipers in general are considered to be disease and insect resistant. They should be planted in full sun and in a well drained soil for best results. Some low growing types to consider might include Juniperus chinensis ?Sargentii?,Juniperus horizontalis `Wiltonii`, or Juniperus conferta `Emerald Sea` for example. YOur local professionally trained nursery staff should be able to make more specific suggestions based on a more detailed understanding of your planting project.

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