It is a coniferous tree, with narrow conical foliage, growing to 15 m of height.
The leaves are of two types: needle-like and scale-like. The scale-like leaves dominate on adult trees. The fruit are numerous, fleshy, dark purple-blue berry-like cones.
The tree needs average, sandy, dry soils and sunny habitats. It is resistant to frosts and urban pollution. It tolerates pruning and cutting. It is easy to cultivate. Because of its shallow root system, the older ones do not like replanting. It is planted and cultivated in our gardens in many varieties such as J. virginiana ‘Canaertii’, ‘Grey Owl’ or ‘Hetz’.
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