Juniper grows in a shape of low bush to upright shrub and it can reach on average 10m in height. This conifer is famous for being used for flavouring gin. More recently its berries have become a popular ingredient of liqueurs and sauces. Juniper bushes provide nesting place for birds such as Wren and Stonechat, as well as winter cover for Black Grouse. This plant is rare in Britain (only few bushes in the Park) and became one of the priority species for conservation action plan.