Posted: Wed Jul 26, 2017 5:26 pm
by mdvaden
Interesting.

Wikipedia's page makes note of Junipers in Oregon's John Day area, over 80 ft. tall. The articles claims "well in excess" of 80 to 90 ft. ... but I haven't seen the tallest there.

What makes a "common Juniper" a common Juniper? Is it more than just being in the genus Juniperus? When I hear "common" I think of the word "typical", but sounds like you're referring to the common name of a species.