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Juniperus scopulorum
Rocky Mountain Juniper

The cones of Rocky Mountain Juniper are representative of the junipers, where the olive-brown first-year fruits mature in the second or third year to odd-shaped cones that display a bloomy coating (usually blue-gray or white-gray in appearance). In addition, most junipers are primarily dioecious (having separate male and female plants), but Rocky Mountain Juniper can be either dioecious or monoecious (having separate male and female flowers on the same plant).


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