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Chicken Run Landscaping - "She has some great info, with pictures, of what types of bushes, shrubs and flowers you can plant that are not toxic to chickens AND that they won't eat. ...because apparently, they will eat quite a few plants. She also tells you why these particular plants are beneficial to the chickens."

Skyrocket Juniper (Eastern Redcedar)  USDA zones 3 to 9.  Grows up to 30 feet high and 6 to 8 feet wide.  Sun to part shade.

Skyrocket Juniper (Eastern Redcedar) USDA zones 3 to 9. Grows up to 30 feet high and 6 to 8 feet wide. Sun to part shade.

Juniper Lime Glow. A low growing evergreen good for small places and adding color. Turns a coppery bronze in fall through winter. Will look awesome with a blue juniper or spruce. Add in some dwarf nandina firepower (no more than 3 ft tall and wide) that turns and stays red through winter and you'll have a beautiful, interesting all season evergreen garden.

Juniper Lime Glow. A low growing evergreen good for small places and adding color. Turns a coppery bronze in fall through winter. Will look awesome with a blue juniper or spruce. Add in some dwarf nandina firepower (no more than 3 ft tall and wide) that turns and stays red through winter and you'll have a beautiful, interesting all season evergreen garden.

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