A Juniper is a cedar, and vice-versa It’s the same plant, with two different names. Many birds prize junipers for their dense, evergreen foliage and the berries. Interestingly enough, gin is made from the pressed berries of the common juniper plant (sometimes called “cedar”); a tall shrub that grows well here in north Texas. (That’s where the village of “Cedar Hill” got its name)
|Yellow-rumped Warbler / Juniper|
Know that we are currently in the "window" of time that's BY FAR the best time to plant a tree in this area; whether it's a juniper or something else.