Definition of Juniperus communis depressa

1. Noun. A procumbent variety of the common juniper.

Exact synonyms: Dwarf Juniper, Ground Cedar
Generic synonyms: Juniper



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Juniperus Communis Depressa

Jungermanniaceae
Jungermanniales
Jungfrau
Jungian
Jungian psychology
Jungians
Jungle Carbine
Jungling's disease
Junie
Junin virus
Junior Circuit
Junipero Serra
Juniperus
Juniperus bermudiana
Juniperus communis
Juniperus communis depressa (current term)
Juniperus flaccida
Juniperus horizontalis
Juniperus procera
Juniperus sabina
Juniperus silicicola
Juniperus virginiana
Junker
Junkers
Juno
Juno Moneta
Junod
Junod's boot
Junoesque
Junonian

Literary usage of Juniperus communis depressa

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Report (1913)
"Juniperus communis depressa Pursh. Low Juniper. Abundant under large trees especially on the east side. Juniperus horizontalis Moench. Shrubby Red Cedar. ..."

2. Torreya by Torrey Botanical Club (1917)
"... when found, will probably apply also to such evergreens as Juniperus communis depressa, several Ericaceae and pteridophytes, Hepatica, Opuntia, ..."

3. Historic Mackinac: The Historical, Picturesque and Legendary Features of the by Edwin Orin Wood (1918)
"Juniperus communis depressa Pursh. Low Juniper. Abundant under large trees especially on the east side. Juniperus horizontalis Moench. Shrubby Red Cedar. ..."

4. Newfoundland in 1842: A Sequel to "The Canadas in 1841" by Richard Henry Bonnycastle (1842)
"... was found to be des- is of two kinds—one a shrub, two feet high; the other, about six inches: the first, juniperus communis, depressa, the gin juniper; ..."

5. Hedges and Evergreens by John Aston Warder (1858)
"Juniperus communis depressa, is a native of the Northern States; it does not grow more than a foot or two in height; but spreads its branches along the ..."

6. Transactions of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec (1831)
"Juniperus communis depressa—L. Juniper. Genevrier. " Leaves in threes, spreading, mucronate, longer than the berry." A low spreading shrub, about two feet ..."

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