Gold Cone Junipers - Pre-Spring Flush - March 2023

The trio of Gold Cone Junipers (that...frankly weren't the right shrubs at the right time in the right place), have been there, filling up space in the beds for four-going-on-five growing seasons.  They get a Spring flush that earns their name - with gold needles.  But, when I was out wandering around the beds, I noticed that these were putting on a different, pre-flush show:  grey-ish tips. 

See below for a photo of the top of the evergreen shrub:

Nice little moment - and look for these that I haven't documented in the garden diary before, but now I'll look for it come early Spring in upcoming seasons.  


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