Good Morning. I wanted to see if I could get some advice regarding my 20 year old Autumn Blaze Maple. This spring it budded out and also had a large number of whirlybirds. It appeared that as the whirlybirds were dropping from the tree that the new leaves were not plentiful or opening up and growing very fast. As time has went on those most of those leaves have dried up and are now falling off. There are some areas, misting the top that have leaves continue to bud and grow. We have a twin tree to this is the front yard on the other side of our property that budded out, had whirlybirds as well, but is now fill with leaves as normally happens for both each year. I have been told that this tree was planted to low and the roots are now killing the tree. That makes me curious how this would take 20 years to happen. Both trees were professionally planted by same company. Also have a Red Sunset Maple on backyard planted 20 years ago from same company (that is doing well). My hope is I can try to do something to try and revive and save it. I'm willing to try something's before I just choose to let it go without a fighting chance. I have included some recent photos. Any suggested would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much. In His Service.