This cultivar of Eastern
Redcedar is an
evergreen which grows up to 25 feet tall in a pyramid form
and spreading 8 to 15 feet. They prefer sunny
locations. Its summer foliage is blue-green
turning to a tan colored tint in winter in the north. This
tree is fruitless and does not attract birds as the
name: Juniperus virginiana
Burk Eastern Redcedar
zones: 3 through 9 (Fig. 2)
Origin: native to North America.
This tree has been successfully grown in poor drainage areas.