May or June
Cones or fruits are globose and green, ripening to a glaucous, bluish purple or bluish black. The berrylike fruits are succulent and contain two to six reddish-brown, ovoid to round seeds.
Open prairies; dry, rocky hillsides; mountain foothills; open woods; rock ledges or escarpments; dry montane ridges and hilltops; and in wash areas. This species is capable of growing on dry, harsh, eroded sites or exposed pavement.
Dry to moist
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