Beside the cedar bush in my back yard is a 2-foot high Gold Coast Juniper. It’s about 3 feet wide. Today it looks sort of elegant with its inch of snow on top. This is an evergreen that gets goldish-coloured in the summer. It’s never grown very much, but has certainly lasted for many years.
I don’t know… what do you think is better: growing more, or lasting long?
Thanks Boss, for certain things that both grow, and last forever!