|NOUN || a juniper | junipers |
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- Another "Phomopsis" species, "P. juniperovora", infects junipers, and is a particularly important pest of seedlings and juvenile plants in the nursery industry.
- It occurs in habitat types with junipers ("Juniperus occidentalis"), sagebrush ("Artemisia tridentata") and bitterbrush ("Purshia tridentata"), in damp ground.
- In hardiness zones 7 through 10, junipers can bloom and release pollen several times each year. Different junipers bloom in autumn, while most pollinate from early winter until late spring.
- Vahase arose from the sea about thousand years ago. The island has a tiny forest with junipers, oaks, and pines.
- The area contains badlands with mesquite, cacti and junipers with tall grasses, plums, hackberries and cottonwoods in the canyons.
- Wetlands and heathlands with birches, junipers and orchids growing wild are marks of this rustic landscape.
- A "lido" (sandbar) separates the lagoon from the sea, populated by a coastal forest of junipers and a dune forest with maritime pine.
- The Puy de Pariou grounds are not fertile: they are punctuated by deciduous trees, junipers and a very short and thin grass.
- The foliage is prickly, typical of many junipers.
- Mexican pinyons and singleleaf pinyons are found in western Utah, alligator junipers and Rocky Mountain junipers grow to the south, and Utah junipers grow to the north.
- In the 1950s, junipers began to grow in the area.
- Small junipers may grow in climates down to nine inches precipitation annually.
- In some parts of the natural area, western junipers are sparse, covering less than one percent of the land.
- "Salvia roemeriana" grows primarily on limestone rich soils, usually associated with junipers ("cedars").
- Aborrebjerg is mainly covered by wood and shrubs like junipers; behind it some ponds are located. The summit is marked with a circular stone.
- A fleshy cone (megastrobilus); chiefly relating to those borne by junipers and cypresses, and often mistakenly called a berry.
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