Definition of Creeping juniper

1. Noun. Low to prostrate shrub of Canada and northern United States; bronzed purple in winter.

Exact synonyms: Juniperus Horizontalis
Generic synonyms: Juniper



Lexicographical Neighbors of Creeping Juniper

creepinesses
creeping
creeping Charlie
creeping Jenny
creeping St John's wort
creeping bellflower
creeping bent
creeping bugle
creeping crowfoot
creeping elegance
creeping eruption
creeping fern
creeping juniper (current term)
creeping lily
creeping myiasis
creeping oxalis
creeping palsy
creeping snowberry
creeping spike rush
creeping thistle
creeping thistles
creeping thrombosis
creeping thyme
creeping ulcer
creeping willow

Literary usage of Creeping juniper

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Arctic Prairies: A Canoe-journey of 2,000 Miles in Search of the Caribou by Ernest Thompson Seton (1911)
"The creeping juniper is common in suitable places, dry and usually rocky ... Similar in distribution and habit to the creeping juniper, and, like it, ..."

2. Wild Flowers of the North American Mountains by Julia W. Henshaw (1915)
"... or creeping juniper, is a depressed, and usually procumbent shrub, seldom growing more than three feet high. Its leaves are similar to those of the ..."

3. Bulletin of the University of Montana by Mont University of Montana (Missoula, University of Montana (Missoula, Mont.) (1903)
"creeping juniper. This belongs to the Virginiana section and is creeping, flat on the ground for the most part. It grows on dry slopes, but does not seem to ..."

4. The Arctic Prairies: A Canoe-journey of 2,000 Miles in Search of the Caribou by Ernest Thompson Seton (1911)
"The creeping juniper is common in suitable places, dry and usually rocky ... Similar in distribution and habit to the creeping juniper, and, like it, ..."

5. Wild Flowers of the North American Mountains by Julia W. Henshaw (1915)
"... or creeping juniper, is a depressed, and usually procumbent shrub, seldom growing more than three feet high. Its leaves are similar to those of the ..."

6. Bulletin of the University of Montana by Mont University of Montana (Missoula, University of Montana (Missoula, Mont.) (1903)
"creeping juniper. This belongs to the Virginiana section and is creeping, flat on the ground for the most part. It grows on dry slopes, but does not seem to ..."

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