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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by BrendonTW, Mar 10, 2010.
Help please. Thank you.
picture isn't the best but it looks like a tamarisk juniper or of the juniper family anyway.
I will take a stab at this one: Andorra Compacta Juniper
Not 100% though.
Probably not dense enough to be Andorra.
It looks like some Sabin variety (which Tamarisk is one.)
Andora would be red this time of year. I would hate to even guess since there are so many types of Junipers but it could be a T A M Juniper.