Juniperus communis L.

Species in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection.

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Juniperus communis (rights holder: José María Escolano) © José María Escolano

Ground Juniper

There are at least two subspecies of juniper. The best known, J. communis communis, whose bushes vary between a metre and 10 metres tall, can form tall, conical spires and often appear to have been trimmed into exotic shapes. The evergreen leaves are dark green and the stems are fiercely prickly. The dark purple berries are famous for being used as flavouring for gin. The other subspecies of the p... Text © Wildscreen

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