I received a Juniper bonsai tree for Valentine's Day (2 days ago). I realize that these are outdoor plants, and as such I do not want mine to die in the interim before I can move it outside. I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions for how to move the plant outside when there is 4+ feet of snow on the ground (and yet another snow storm coming in a couple days). Would it be best to put it in my garage (temp average around 30F) by the window so it can still receive light during the day? And then mist it every day so it doesn't dry out? Or should I move it in the pot it is in right now outside and leave it on my deck (I don't think its realistic that I would be able to dig into the ground at this time).
Again I am a total newbie to this -if you couldn't already tell - so any and all advice from past experience would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!