Please help, I have researched quite a bit but wanted to get some direct advice. My juniper has been slowly yellowing and I cant figure out why. I water it every other day as well as mist it daily. I check the soil for dampness but not too damp daily as well. It gets about 4 hours of sunlight and fresh air every morning, which I realize isnt quite enough but the sun only shines on my apartment which faces northeast for that long. I take very good care of it I feel and it is still yellowing. The leaves are still soft and not dry, and it is not drooping or anything. Please take a look at the pictures and let me know if you think it is beyond saving. And if not then please let me know the best route to take. I want to check the roots but am scared to remove it and/or transplant it and damage it. Any thoughts?
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This post was edited by ghostin0hs on Thu, Jan 24, 13 at 2:03