I just got a Juniper bonsai as a present a few days ago, and its actually a dream come true considering that I've wanted one for quite a few years. It's 20 years old and not the smallest I've seen if I say so myself. I know that Junipers aren't indoor plants, but I don't have much of a choice due to lack of space... Also I like the look that it brings into my room, so I set it by the largest window where it can get plenty of direct sunlight from sunrise to about 12:00, and after 12:00 it receives shaded sunlight due to the sun being obscured behind a nearby tree. The location its in also doesn't build up excessive heat, so it's nice and warm all day without overheating. I live in Connecticut and its summer, so it gets pretty humid and windy here considering that the central A/C is never on in my house. I only water my Juniper when the soil is noticeably dry, and I plan on fertilizing it every two or three weeks. Should my Juniper be okay in these conditions?
Also, my Juniper's survival in the winter concerns me. I'm aware that it's an outdoor species and requires a dormancy period, so I planned on propping it on a large roof outcropping by the window where it can sit in the snow and cold winter air for two to three months. I'd then proceed to water it every week or so to insure that the soil doesn't get too dry or frozen. Problem is, will Connecticut's heavy snowfall be too much for my bonsai, and will the dry winter air not have enough humidity or be far too cold for it to survive in? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!