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Any hunter with a lick of woodsmanship could recognize the Ashe juniper was a perfect spot to set up an ambush.
The London candle is reminiscent of the Columbia Road flower market, with notes of tropical heliotrope, lilac, juniper, and sweet-smelling hyacinth with a hint of spice, which feels like an homage to the city’s diverse culture.
Add stock, olives, orange zest, orange juice, juniper berries (if using) and thyme.
Gin is an infused liquor flavored predominently with juniper berries, which gives it a bit of a piney taste.
Cerasum, a new cherry liqueur, made in the United States by Don Ciccio & Figli from Michigan cherries and blossoms from Virginia, plus assorted herbs like juniper, is based on an old Italian recipe.
The list would include junipers, waxleaf ligustrums and hollies.
Elaeagus, Sea Green junipers and standard glossy abelias are possibilities, although all would take a while to grow tall enough for much privacy.
This evergreen ground cover is a landscape staple but Juniperus procumbens 'Nana' can also thrive in the living room (the juniper sends down serious roots, so the trick is to find a container that allows them to stretch).
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Origin and Etymology of juniper
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of juniper for English Language Learners
: an evergreen shrub or tree that has tiny fruits that look like berries
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