I did dig up a Juniper Procumbens ( unknown variation) from a garden and did try to make a bonsai out of it.
My problem statement:
I do see every week some foliage dieback (going brown) what I do remove it. But it looks it is not stopping yet. So getting worried now
The dig up was on the 12th of March and did do a prune and styling and a repot the same day. Maybe too eager do do all of it in 1 go. The next 2 pictures or from the 12th of March
Today I did decided to do my first post here in the forum to seek for suggestions of my mistake or explanations for the foliage dieback.
I did not prune or style further towards the smaller branches as I want the tree to survive at least the next year or the spring season at least
The next 3 pictures or from the 3rd of May
Happy for any suggestions