was it right to prune that juniper's roots?
I collected an eastern red cedar from the woods a couple days ago and had to prune the roots hard to get it inside my container. I did, however, prune the "leaves" back pretty good too. Was it right to do that, or will I just have a brown tree in a couple of weeks? I have it sitting outside because I read that in the fall, junipers regenerate their root system. I keep the soil moist and it's in partial sun. Thanks for any responses and help!