I am a newbie at Bonsai.
One of the two Bonsai I have is a Juniper Squamata Prostrata 2006 which I have had for about about 2-3 months.
I try to water it as it needs, although, judging from what I read in this forum a couple of days ago, I have not been watering it correctly - I only have been pouring water on it until the water comes out of the bottom of the pot, but not repeating the watering after 15 minutes.
I have changed the way I water now.
The problem I have: one of the big branches is almost completely brown and looks dead. Another couple of branches look dull green - like they are wilting or something? And one very minor branch is nicely green and is growing new leaves.
I also did not know until now that I am supposed to feed my bonsai every fortnight in spring/summer. Today I fed both of my bonsai for the first time ever since I have bought them, with bonsai fertiliser I bought.
Is there anything I can do to make my Juniper "feel" better? My other tree is a Zelkova Serrata - a hardy tree which seems to be doing very well.