Juniperus Virginiana Taylor

Asked October 28, 2017, 9:50 PM EDT

I have two of these close to each other within my garden. Both planted June 2014 One is turning brown while the other is dark green Do I need to remove the brown one from my garden? What is the likelihood that the dark green one will also turn brown? Is this common with this item? Thank you. Elizabeth Parker

Hennepin County Minnesota

1 Response

There are several infections that can cause a Juniper needles to turn brown. A close examination of the needles will be needed to answer your question.
Please check out diseases of Juniper. Check out the best cultural practices sections too to see if you need to
improve how they are cared for.