Choose only healthy-looking plants and with a strong root system. These are quite large insects, and it is difficult not to notice them. At their maximum, common junipers can withstand winter temperatures as low as -45 degrees Celsius (or -49 degrees Fahrenheit), and may frequently experience summer temperatures as high as 30 degrees Celsius (or 80 degrees Fahrenheit). My junipers are mulched with rubble and overwinter well in such conditions. Arrange it so that the surface of the potted plant and the surface of your garden are level. In general, conifers do not tolerate transplanting very well. Over time, this curiosity grew into a hobby, now in my collection a large number of various plants. Plant in well-drained soil. Also, like shade, you can use a pot with a tall plant that can be placed in front of the Juniper. As a result of their activity, the needles begin to dry and fall off. Outdoor juniper plants will grow better in full sun, but seedlings need partial shade to develop. Depending on the size of the plants, I give them 1.5-2 ounces for each plant. Next, you need to choose the right pot. The ‘Sargent’ juniper is a popular 3-foot tall and 7-foot wide variety that is disease resistant. Evergreen and coniferous, junipers range from low growing ground covers to tall trees. 3. Some gardeners claim that these plants feel good in a loamy soil. If you notice brown or dry needles, then it may be a sign of illness. When you see that the plant has started to grow, you can remove the shade. If you notice these bags and they are few, just destroy them. I will describe all diseases in more detail in another article.eval(ez_write_tag([[728,90],'worldofgardenplants_com-large-mobile-banner-1','ezslot_0',121,'0','0'])); In general, I recommend spraying junipers with various fungicides several times a year because it is easier to prevent infection than to treat it afterward. How to grow Juniper. Plant juniper shrubs in a location with full sun or light shade. Although it is not an endangered species world wide, it is becoming rare in Ireland because of a combination of overgrazing and changing climate. For a low growing mounded variety, try ‘Nana’. Spores overwinter under the bark of Juniper. Some species of Juniper, such as Juniperus sabina, take root very well. Although I want to share one observation, with a little watering in dry weather, they have more juicy and bright needles. It is very difficult to treat such a disease. Water your juniper twice or three times a week for the first 14 days. There are a lot of bacteria in this type of fertilizer, and it will not lead to anything good. This is usually the second half of March, although, for different hardiness zones, the time may vary. I planted junipers at different times of the year, but I want to say that the result was not always good. How to grow juniper trees from a sapling. Often I can not give junipers the perfect soil mixture. Common junipers are native to the cool temperate climates of the Northern Hemisphere, and as such are tolerant of a wide range of temperatures. This is especially true of creeping varieties; their shoots spread fairly fast, for example, Blue Carpet Juniper. I shape some of my plants this way, and maybe someday I’ll share it with you. I did not notice any special difference in plant growth. Sometimes there are no necessary components, and sometimes there is not enough time to do it. It will tolerate any number of problem conditions (like pollution and dry or clay soil). Otherwise, the soil will dry out faster, and you will have to water them more often. The second favorable period is autumn. When you notice this disease, immediately remove all branches infected with it. Next, remove the plant from the pot and inspect the root system. But be careful not to over water it. Also, there should be no insects. Junipers are really hardy and great for beginners so once you’ve planted it there’s not much TLC required. If you plant the plant deeper, the lower part of the trunk may be covered with earth, which can lead to rot of the trunk.