Hello, First post here - hoping someone can help! I have a 4-ish year old Temukeyama JM that didn't exactly "spring" into action this season. Only a few branches at the bottom appear to be alive and full of new leaves. The majority of the tree is brittle (dead?) and didn't developed new growth this season. After hearing about root entanglement/suffocation, I did uncover the root flare (and have been told it was planted a few inches too deep), to find a very interesting looking situation... If anyone has any ideas as to what the issue is, and more importantly, how to correct it (in hopes of the tree living a healthy life), it would be greatly appreciated. Just looking for my next options! Thank you!