Hi guys, hope all of you are doing well in these crazy times. I know basically nothing about trees and would appreciate any thoughts on what is going on with the pictured Autumn Blaze Maple. I have done a lot of reading so far, and it looks like the tree was likely planted too deep, with the root flare was covered in mulch. So perhaps that explains most of the issue, but this tree has a sister roughly 30 yards away that was treated exactly the same way, and that tree is thriving. As you can see, this one's top half is dead. In your honest opinion, is this tree worth saving? If so, what actions should I take? I'm planning to do the following this weekend: - Remove dead branches at the branch collars. Remove any suckers and waterspouts. Not sure what to do with the main trunk though, which seems dead halfway up the tree. - Remove mulch, dig gently to find root flare. Cover with mulch only up to the root flare. - Add a watering bag. Any thoughts or opinions would be highly appreciated!