I just got a lovely four year old Juniper Bonsai tree for my 19th birthday. I adore it! I've wanted one for years now. I live in Idaho and where I live it is a particular snow belt...we have over 3 feet of snow right now and it's been in the single digits regularly now for a week.
I keep my Bonsai, whose name is Pascal, in my window in my room. He gets lots of light from about 10 AM to 2 PM. But it is very cold. Our house is large and drafty, and although my room stays a comfortable temperature of about 65 degrees or less, I'm not sure my Bonsai will be healthy.
I know almost nothing about Bonsai trees, as I just got it less than 2 months ago. I need knowledgeable advice about how to help Pascal. Should I put him outside in the Summer? Our summers are lovely weather...about 70 to 95 degrees with no humidity whatsoever. But we have a farm with lots of animals...free range dogs and chickens I am especially concerned will destroy my little Pascal.