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Juniper Help...

Posted by jgpr (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 30, 11 at 16:55

Hi Guys, a year ago a friend from a nursery gave a juniper that was kind of sick. After give the tree some TLC finally I found that it was the time to practice on him. I say practice because I don't have a real experience doing bonsai's. My techniques aren't the great so my apologizes to those "master's" in the forum. What Im asking today is help regarding the shape of the tree. I don't know if I did too much or what could I do to have a better tree and lastly what should I do for winter care (Zipcode 14620)? I usually leave my others bonsai's (jap boxwood, elm) on a unheated sunroom, should I include my new bonsai on this room for the winter?

Thanks for you help in advance. Here at the links for the pics

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RE: Juniper Help...

You are in zone 6. You can add it to your profile info if you want it to show up next to your name when you post on these forums.

Your link opens a new window and sometimes when I put links like that in threads, people complain that they didn't work. So here's your link in regular form.

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