Ok, I am reposting my earlier request:
Last fall we moved approximately 5 miles from our old house and took our bonsai tree with us. We live in the unincorporated area of Adams County, which is on the outskirts of Denver, Colorado. There is no difference in climate. The tree seemed to be doing well during fall. However, this winter brough lots of snow to the area. We had a company move the tree and I'm not sure what prep they did to it before the move. We did however, water every day during the fall to keep the ground moist. Lately, the pines are now turning brown. Is there anything we can do or is this normal? The tree is about 4 feet tall and has been in our care for approximately 35 years old. It has been at least 4-5 years since the needles were last thinned. We don't have a picture, but we will ask our grandkids to come and take one and will eventually post. In the meantime, does anyone have any suggestions on what we can do, if anything?