Joey and Laura wrote:Is it possible for a Juniper to survive indoors in southeastern Michigan? We have pretty high humidity throughout the summer. My room is always approximately 65-75 degrees.
The [high] temp is not the issue, It has a bit to do with lighting and ultimately everything to do with the low temperature and a thing called dormancy. [Which is a biological necessity for the trees survival]
Is there anything we can do so we can keep the tree in our room? We got the tree 4 days ago and itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s been in our room ever since.
[url=https://www.bonsai4me.com/SpeciesGuide/Juniperus.html]IMO - Sorry , No. Read this please[/url] and [url=https://www.bonsai4me.com/Basics/Basics_WinterCare.html]This also.[/url]
We would really like the tree in our room. Some websites weÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ve read say it would be difficult, yet possible to do, while others say itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s simply impossible.
IMO - Some of the sites that say it is ok for a juni to be inside are selling you one...'Nuff said.
See the above links please, If you are intent on having an 'indoor' tree [Remember that ALL trees live outdoors naturally] A tropical variety would be a more likely survivor, Even these prefer to be outdoors in the summer.
Please continue your research and welcome to the forum
[url=https://www.helpfulgardener.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3343]Click here to see a bit of what is possible in bonsai...You may be surprised indeed.[/url]
EDITED: For atrocious spelling.