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How to evergreen bonsai's react in winter? 9 months 2 weeks ago #73925

  • Bella Cataline
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Hello everyone! I've had a juniper for three months, and so far it's a healthy, happy little tree. I water it appropriately and it gets lots of sunshine.
It's starting to get cold outside, and the tree is getting a slight tinge of brown on it. It's not a dead brown, it's just a little less green.
Is this normal? What should I do if it isn't?
(First picture was a month ago, last picture is current. The lighting may be a bit off)

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How to evergreen bonsai's react in winter? 9 months 2 weeks ago #73926

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Hello and welcome
First of all: congrats on placing your tree outside where it belongs. You have no idea how many people place them inside and find it really strange that they die.
It is absolutely normal for a juniper to change colour a bit when it gets colder,so no worries.
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How to evergreen bonsai's react in winter? 9 months 2 weeks ago #73927

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I've seen that in the forums lol
Thank you for the help!

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