Thanks to everyone who recommended reading for me. It really helped but now I want some advice on my Juniper's roots. I have finally reacclimated it to the outdoors, (thanks for that advice too), and it's growing and I've had to trim it a bit already, starting the fertilizer for the growing season, and am checking the soil moisture every day. The problem is there are a lot of "hair" roots showing above the soil line. About 2 inches worth to be exact. I'm not confident enough to just dig in and trim them or to add more soil, or to cover them with moss, or just to leave well enough alone since it's not complaining. I love the shape it's forming after my inital trim and don't want to do anything to "upset the apple cart"! I've attached three photos for you to look at and give me your opinion on. Take a look at the attachments. Please??????