Progression thread for procumbens juniper #2
Before I did anything to it (2018):
After Adam Lavigne workshop:
Made up pretty for local show (2018):
Let it grow with minimal work done to it (2021):
Repotted it (2021):
Hey, I have a Juniper procumbens nana in a pot, that I am looking at repotting soon. It was purchased from a garden center and is in pretty good shape for the time that I've had it. The soil mixture seems to be a little too water retentive and i have a mix of lava rock, haydite and conifer bark...
My wife has given me the go-ahead to change up the front lawn this spring, So I now have two sizable Juniper to work with and I'm really excited. They were on opposite sides of our south-facing home and show slightly different growth patterns. The one on the easternmost side grew kind of...
I purchased a Moisture meter 3 in one kind, and was hoping someone could give me some idea on where I want my soil to be on the meter.
I have a 4.5 inch Juniper Procumbens "nana" (Outside)
The name is Erik, I'm new here, and new to bonsai! I've been sinking hours and hours and hours into learning over the past two weeks and am seeking help on literally a "crap" PJN. This was originally 40" x 20" x 20" at the nursery and was only $40. I tried to dig inside to see the...
I am new to bonsai growing and want to make sure that I am doing everything right for my bonsai. I am 99% sure that is a Juniper Procumbens nana. I just bought the bonsai for my desk at work and realized that the pot does not have a hole in the bottom to let excess water out. I am going...