Hello Maple Friends, This is my first post here, but I figured that this would be the best community to reach out too. I have an beautiful Orangeola JM that has been growing in my yard for the past 8 years. It has a sandy soil mix and in full sun, which it has been very happy since planting it 8 years ago. Last year in the spring I noticed that i was getting a lot of dying off on the top branches. I let it be to see what it would do this year. This year I had no growth at all on the existing branches, the only growth was from a small new branch that emerged from the trunk. I trimmed it all the way down to the trunk as it was obvious that there would be no growth on the branches. Looking at the branch that grew from the base of the trunk, the leaves certainly do not look like they are from an Orangeola. Are these leaves from a possible graft that are re-emerging? Are these possibly juvenile Orangeola leaves? I have attached photos, any help would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance.