So I recently noticed these shrubs growing in my front yard and after some research found out they were juniperus squamata the blue star ones. I got excited since my only bonsai I really have is my procumbens nana and since the I saw a lone one off to the side I decided to carefully uproot and pot it it to eventually shape into a bonsai. I'm pretty new to this but I did a lot of research on after care and the dos and don't during the repotting process but would still like to know if theres anything more I could do to make sure its recovers in good condition. I've been keeping it outside in shade for a couple days since its repot and misting so that it doesn't loose as much moisture through its foliage. I also have a heat mat but thats inside and I'm not sure if bringing inside just to keep the bottom of the soil warm especially since its fairly warm in my house already especially compared to outside. I live in Zone 7a in NY and the wheather has been feeling more and more like spring but still just a couple more cold days to push through. Any advice I can do for my new blue star is very much appreciated it!