What is Creeping cedar
Creeping cedar, scientific name:Juniperus procumbens, is creeping needle-like shrub of the Juniperus genus of the Cupressaceae department native to Japan. Classification on the Juniper varieties. Used for ground cover growing next to the stem and leaves are ground-hugging so densely wooded. Firehaivyaksin goes whitish markings on the leaves.
Common name: Creeping cedar , scientific name: Juniperus procumbens, synonyms: Juniperus chinensis var. procumbens, also known as: ivadalenezu (iwadare Juniper), snare, Creeping cedar, category: Plantae Gymnosperms pine eyes of Juniper genus Juniper species haibyakushin variant, origin: Japan, Habitat: Tsushima and Iki, environment: coast, life-forms: creeping coniferous shrubs, tree: creeping (narrow) cone-shaped, Height: 30-60 cm, lush growth dense branches on all sides, 3 students, long leaf:0.6~0.8cm, dioecious, male: dark leaf color: green, leaf: needle / Flake rounded rectangle, flowering period: April-June, fruit: cones (Picasa), fruit: green → purple black Fruit diameter, oval-shaped, NAMI period: September-October, fruit diameter:0.8~0.9cm, propagation: cuttings, uses: conifer, rock garden, ground cover, Garden tree, bonsai, branch's floral arrangements.