This article provides a guide on how to prune upright junipers in the garden. It emphasizes that pruning is done to maintain the plant's existing shape or tidy it up, rather than changing its shape. The article recommends several upright juniper cultivars, such as 'Wichita Blue,' 'Skyrocket,' and 'Moonglow.' It also discusses the tools needed for pruning and provides tips on timing and technique. The article stresses the importance of not cutting the main central trunk, avoiding pruning into old wood, and not shearing the plants. The goal of pruning is to support the natural shape of the plant. Overall, the article aims to assist readers in successfully pruning their upright junipers.