This low-branched and shrubby Juniper, (commonly called Cedar) is a medium sized evergreen tree native to the southwestern desert grasslands. Its species name relates to the border state of Coahuila, Mexico. Like other Junipers the male and female plants are separate. It is notable for the sizeable rosy pink berries (technically cones) on the female plants that can be abundant and quite showy. It is drought tolerant and should be planted in a sunny well-drained site with good air circulation.
USDA Hardiness Zone 7 - 9