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Juniperus virginiana ‘Royo’ #3 (Eastern Red Cedar)
-Moist to Dry Soil (FACU)
-3′ Tall by 6′ Wide
-Compact, Horizontally Spreading growth habit
-Male Cultivar (Will NOT produce cones)
-Deer, Drought, Salt, Black Walnut tolerant
-Cultivar of Ohio Native
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‘Royo’ is a cultivated variety of our native Eastern Red Cedar. It is a dwarf form, only growing to a height of 3′ tall but with a compact, horizontally spreading growth habit that can get to be 6′ wide. It retains a beautiful silver-gray foliage, even becoming tinged with purple in the winter months. This is a male cultivar and will not produce cones, but when planted with ‘Grey Owl’, it will increase the bounty of the dusky blue, berry-like cones for wildlife and for ornamental value. It is a very tough, durable, and adaptable shrub.
Juniperus spp. are the alternate host for Cedar-Apple Rust and it is best not to plant them near Apple, Crabapple or Hawthorn trees.
Manual of Woody Landscape Plants by Michael A. Dirr