First of all you have to take the branch of the juniper tree. You can do this activity in the early spring which is the months of February and March. Take a very sharp knife and then peel the bark until you see green color. You have to tear the bark down until you see the greenery below the bark and that greenery is called cambium which is extremely thin. You have to use your knife to remove any kind of knots from the bark. Now you have to dip it in the "RooTone" which is a rooting hormone and is available locally. Make sure that this is properly pasted on the stem. Now you have to stick in the plant in the soil of a small pot. Adjust a little so that it stays firm on the soil. Now you can water it like any other ordinary plant. However keep it in shade and sheltered from wind for a few days. After six to eight weeks it shall start developing the roots. You can check the growth of new leaves to confirm. That's it.