Spanish Juniper

Where can I see the Spanish Juniper

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Jose Luis Alvarez Esteban
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The Spanish Juniper is a type of juniper tree that is native to the western Mediterranean mountains.

These evergreen trees are known for their distinctively shaped leaves, which are often blue-green in colour.

The Spanish Juniper typically blooms in the springtime, and its berries can be used to make gin.

These trees prefer to grow in sunny, dry habitats such as rocky hillsides or open woodlands.

If you're lucky enough to see a Spanish Juniper in the wild, you'll be treated to a beautiful sight!

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Geeky Facts about the Spanish Juniper

Fact 1

The Spanish juniper can be up to 20 m tall, although it does not normally exceed 8 m.

Fact 2

ts bark is ash grey and it has a pyramidal form.

Fact 3

The Spanish juniper woodlands are protected habitats by European legislation.

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Tours where I can see the Spanish Juniper

Toubkal

Toubkal

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Morocco
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3 - Average

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£975 / person

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