I am new to the forum. I have been in to Bonsai off and on for years. I just recently got a really nice Procumbrens nana that is about 10" tall. It is now planted in good Bonsai soil (pumus, turface, and akidama). I left Wednesday for an overnight out of town. Watered the trees Wednesday morning with humidity trays underneath. Came back Thursday night and forgot to check the trees. Friday morning they seemed to be starting to dry out, but decided to water them when I got back from an appointment. When I got home, I fell asleep and then later this evening went out to water them and the new Juniper was very dry. I quickly watered all of the trees.
Any chance, I may have killed it? I have never let a tree get that dry. It seemed like it still had some moisture in the morning.