Help please: I purchased my Juniper in May and followed water, light and fertilizing instructions gathered from internet sources. However, conflicting instructions can be confusing. My tree did really well until about the last two weeks, when I noticed the inner part of the needles, near the branches, were developing a brown tinge. Now, while there is still green and some light green tips, needles fall off at a touch--the deep green hue and fullness are gone and the tree looks sparse, stressed. I'm in Ontario and it was hot in late July, early August: I had the blind drawn several days at a time--the tree got less light (it's a few feet from a big Eastern window). I skipped the month-end fertilization (July end), because I read a source that said not to feed in the hot summer months. Less light, no feeding--in two weeks it dwindled. I watered every third or fourth day and misted daily. I can't see any sign of infestation, though at one watering in June, I saw a tiny bug running up and down the trunk. It disappeared after watering. Yesterday, I fed it. And I've been putting it in the window for two half-hour intervals, when it won't get scorched. I just saw Rima's replies to the woman with a Juniper in Mexico (Dec. 2006?) about Junipers need to be outside and watering from above, etc., Will I be able to save my tree?