Juniper trees? (gin related question)?!

Question: Juniper trees? (gin related question)?
Juniper trees in northern europe. Aren't they always dioecious (separate male and female trees with wind pollination)? Who can tell me? Any experts out there?

It's how I always knew it, but a gin expert just tried to tell me different- that the male cones and female cones are always on the same plant and they pollinate by gravity.

Back up question: Ain't a column shaped juniper really a cedar or cypress? Is there any kind of real juniper what's column shaped?

Also I only ever saw juniper berries in the fall, are there kinds the go to seed all year long?

All input welcome. Sources carry weight.


They can be either monoecious or dioecious.

no, they are related to the cedar and cypress, but its not the same plant

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