I traded for 3 JMs, one red and two green. I'm not sure of their variety. The two greens have been putting on a lot of growth, but it doesn't quite look right. Initially, the leaves were just white with contrast on the veins but otherwise normally shaped. My redbuds did this as well, and they're growing in the same experimental media which I assumed was just lacking nutrients so I added a slow release pellet fertilizer. This fertilizer fixed my redbuds and the leaves came in nice and green eventually. Not the same for the JMs, because the newest leaves are still looking the same color wise. They also had slight insect issues, but I treated them and bugs don't seem to be going for the leaves anymore. So the leaves are straight, but they are this off-white color that I associate with nutrient issues. Is this normal, healthy growth for young leaves or do I have other issues? Something else? Any idea what type of JM they could be? I'm in zone 5b, but the plants are from northeastern Georgia. Thanks in advance!