Hi, I've got a problem this year with a trident maple bonsai I created a number of years ago . . . it's just not looking as healthy as it typically does. There are three symptoms: 1. The tips of some of the leaves are turning a crispy brown. (leftmost leaf in photo below) 2. Some leaves are turning prematurely red like their typical fall color. (center leaf in photo below) 3. Some leaves have a reddish hue around the edge. (rightmost leaf in the photo below.) I'm assuming that the problem is due to an issue with water pressure inside the plant. The weather here in NH was exceptionally wet this spring, so I'm guessing that the tree is suffering from overwatering. I'm assuming that the overwatering has caused root rot, and that the reduced root capacity is now incapable of providing the leaves with enough water. Can anyone take a look at the photo and either confirm or disprove my hunch? I have moved recently -- about twenty miles -- so this is the tree's first year in a new location. That could also be a factor in my tree looking less than its usual gorgeous self.