Juniperus conferta 'All Gold' / All Gold shore juniper

Juniperus rigida subsp. conferta 'All Gold' is a slow-growing, spreading, prostrate selection of shore juniper. Foliage is a fantastic golden yellow during the growing season, turning orange-yellow in winter. Approximate dimensions, as listed by Stanley and Sons nursery, is 6 inches (15 cm) tall and 4 feet (1.2 m) wide after 10 years, an annual growth rate of 4 to 6 inches (10 - 15 cm), significantly more outward than up.

'All Gold' is a Dutch selection, introduced to the nursery trade around 2005. Use this cultivar whenever and wherever a golden ground covering conifer is desired. Color and performance are best in full sun. It is fully heat and sun tolerant.

[Stanley & Sons Nursery] A pure gold variety of Japanese shore juniper. Plant prostrate with bright yellow foliage. Very good in sun.
Juniperus rigida subsp. conferta 'All Gold' at the ACS Reference Garden, Oregon Garden, Silverton, OR.
Photo by David Olszyk
Juniperus conferta 'All Gold' — a well-kept specimen in a private garden in Chesapeake Beach Maryland (USDA Zone 7b, Humid Subtropical Climate).
Photo by Alan Twohig
another specimen of 'All Gold' at the Oregon Garden has been staked up to dramatic effect.
Photo by David Olszyk
Juniperus conferta 'All Gold' Photographed by David Stegmaier in his Kansas garden, USA during October of 2006.
Photo by David Stegmaier