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The juniper is unisexual: male and female flowers grow on separate trees. The male flowers are small yellow cones, but the female flowers are green, ripening into green berries in the first year, then turning dark purple in the second. When fully ripe the berries are used for flavouring meat and gin.

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  • Posted: Fri. 15th May 2009 18:05