years old. I have many others but never this trouble
Some diseases, such as juniper tip blight or cedar-apple rust, can cause yellowing and browning of the foliage. These diseases often start in the center of the plant and spread outward
Certain pests, such as spider mites or aphids, can cause yellowing of the foliage. These pests feed on the plant's sap, leading to discoloration and damage.
Yellowing in the center of a juniper can also be a sign of nutrient deficiencies, particularly nitrogen. Junipers require a balanced fertilizer to maintain their health and vibrant green color.
This collection of articles will help you with the care of your junipers:
I have sprayed the junipers for aphids. When and IF should I give them a second dose ?
This really depends on what you used to spray them. Unfortunately, without more information, I can't help much. What I can do is give you some articles that might help some:
he ground. It's a beautiful green under the light brown Recently I gave it a gallon of water as I hadn't been watering it much at all. I'm afraid of water making it turn brown. How much water do Junipers need. This one was ordered from a nursery. At first the needles were green but they quickly turned blue green...???
They need regular watering to get established or at least during dry spells. This article should help:
dles. They are now bare in the center; no new growth in the middle. If I can find new plants, same type, I want to fill in to make the shrub more appealing because I am going to sell my house and this the “curb appeal “ at roadside next to driveway.. hope you can help.
It likely was a creeping juniper. There are many cultivars so just inquire at the nursery for one similar.