common juniper

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Related to common juniper: ground juniper
  • noun

Synonyms for common juniper

densely branching shrub or small tree having pungent blue berries used to flavor gin

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We investigated whether the essential oils of Norway spruce and common juniper, and specific monoterpenes influence forage selection of moose.
Particularly unusual is the gin's botanical mix of rose petals and cucumber, along with the more common juniper, coriander and citrus.
If you want to mainly attract birds to your yard, consider some trees like live oak, black gum, flowering dogwood and red mulberry; or shrubs like common juniper, hollies, trumpet creeper or vines and wild grape.
They provide the kind of berries and buds that bluebirds seek, and they are more common than one might think, including varieties of hollies, Pyracantha, common juniper, Serviceberries, Sumacs, Viburnums, and wax myrtle.
The biggest jump in relative size was achieved by the new champion common juniper.
The list of trees and shrubs which under normal conditions, generally do not grow into electric lines, or require minor trimming, includes several species of maples, hornbeams, the flowering dogwood, crab apple trees, the honeysuckle, rose acacia and common juniper.