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Juniperus phoenicea

Species Information      

 

 

Species name

Juniperus phoenicea

Common name(s)

Phoenician Juniper (English), Genévrier rouge (French)

Family

Cupressaceae

Natural range

Albania; Algeria; Andorra; Cyprus; Egypt; France; Gibraltar; Greece; Italy; Lebanon; Libya; Monaco; Montenegro; Morocco; Portugal; Saudi Arabia; Spain; Syrian Arab Republic; Tunisia; Turkey

IUCN conservation status

Least Concern

Description

 

Fruits

Reddish cones ('berries')

Uses

Fruit used in cooking and alcoholic beverages

Propagation

 

 

Method

Seed

Soil Media

1:1:1 peatmoss, perlite, fine tuff

Pretreatment

None

Depth sown

0.50 cm

Environment

Greenhouse at 10-25C

Expected success rate

0-60%

Photos

 

 

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Natural habitat

 

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This information was provided by Royal Botanic Garden, Jordan. For further information, or to
buy seeds or seedlings of this species, please contact: info@royalbotanicgarden.org