The most sought after juniper in the world is currently available in a juniper farm in New Zealand.

Juniper prints for home use can be bought for as little as $1,400 each, and it’s a huge difference to buying prints for the wider market.

If you’ve got a very large collection of prints, such as a collection of 300, it might make sense to splurge and get a lot more.

But for small to mid-size prints, the price will be more in line with the quality of the prints.

I’m lucky to own some of the best juniper printing available in the market. 

It’s all sourced from the family farm at Jogans, in the far north-west of New Zealand’s North Island, and is one of the most sought-after brands in the industry.

Jogans owns the largest collection of juniper, and sells prints for around $600 each, which is about 10 per cent of what it would cost to buy prints online.

The factory is owned by the owner’s brother, so it’s all managed by his business, JuniperPrints, and he’s been doing it for almost 30 years.

My dad is a photographer and has been working at Jotaro Prints for about 40 years, so I was brought up in a photo and film background. 

We started off by getting prints from the local paper and then from the juniper nursery, and then eventually from the farm.

I still work at Jopans, but the family is very busy now.

We have a lot of other customers, so we have to do everything we can to keep the business running smoothly.

I’m a photographer, so that’s what I’m doing.

My dad is really busy with the company and it makes it hard to keep up.

He has a job in another part of the country so we don’t have the time to visit and see the farm and the junipers.

It’s a big difference in quality, but it’s worth it if you’re looking to buy a lot.

A small print of a couple of hundred dollars.

Source: Juniper Prints JuniperPrintServe A photo of a print.

One of the juniples I bought a few years ago for about $700.

I really like it. Source