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Blue Arrow Juniper - Juniper virginiana 'Blue Arrow' - Very narrow columnar form with tight compact branching. Steel-blue foliage. Requires little trimming. Superior to 'Skyrocket'. Z4-9

Blue Arrow Juniper - Juniper virginiana 'Blue Arrow' , "sky rocket " Very narrow columnar form with tight compact branching. Requires little trimming.

Denver Landscaping Xeriscape 7

Denver Landscaping Xeriscaping by Affordable Sprinkler and Landscape. Designed and installed by our professionals, your entire yard, or just a portion of it, can provide a vibrant kaleidoscope of color and added interest with very little maintenance.

Juniperus virginiana ‘Skyrocket’ Extremely slender columnar form with tight, compact branching. Bluish-green foliage. Requires little trimming to maintain shape. 13'H 2'D

Juniperus virginiana ‘Skyrocket’ Extremely slender columnar form with tight, compact branching. Requires little trimming to maintain shape. Full Sun to bit of shade

Juniperus scopulorum 'Moonglow'

Exceptionally showy, silvery blue foliage and broad pyramidal form makes a most attractive landscape accent, excellent for screens, hedges and group plantings. This tough plant has a dense compact branching habit that resists grazing by deer.

Pencil Point Juniper--height? Skyrocket is too tall (15-20'). Also consider Juniper scopularum 'Medora' (10 x 2 1/2').

Pencil Point Juniper high & wide) A new upright juniper of narrow stature. Foliage is blue-green. Canadale Nurseries Ltd.

Blue fescue   One of the most versatile ornamental grasses, blue fescue can be used in many different ways. Plant it at the base of leggy shrubs or tall perennials, such as lilies, to help them blend with the landscape and offset the other plant's flowers or foliage. Plant in masses as a groundcover or in rows as an edging plant. Use as an accent in a rock garden or flower border.

Blue Fescue A short grass perfect for edging or as a groundcover, blue fescue offers powder-blue foliage on tidy, dwarf mounds. Name: Festuca glauca Growing Conditions: Full sun or part shade and well-drained soil Size: To 1 foot tall Zones:

Picea pungens or the Spring Ghost Colorado Spruce is a slow-growing upright conifer with light blue-green needles. Evergreen and hardy to zones 3-8. In spring new growth emerges a wonderful cream white which covers the entire tree. By June the white needles fade to the normal blue-green again. Prefers sun/partial shade in well-drained soil. 6' tall x 3' wide in 10 years.

Picea pungens or the Spring Ghost Colorado Spruce is a slow-growing upright conifer with light blue-green needles. Evergreen and hardy to zones In spring new growth emerges a wonderful cream white which covers the entire tree. By June the white needle

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