Hello all, I recently purchased 2 twomblys red sentinels and I have a question about planting depth of one tree specifically. They both came in root control bags and I can easily identify the root flare of one tree and am confident I will plant it properly. From the root flare or top of the soil to the location where branching begins on the tree trunk is about 9 inches. The second tree is another story. See the pics- there are two very thick roots which were obviously cut prior to being sent my way. One root is significantly higher on the trunk than I am used to seeing and I am not sure if the tree should be planted so that this root is at about soil level. This would leave about 5" from the root or soil to the beginning of branching on the trunk. If I plant so that the second root is at the soil level and leave a good portion of the top root above ground- this will leave the tree at a level I'm used to and about 9 inches from flare or soil to branching. What would you all advise? Leave that top root mostly exposed and only cover it with soil at the end where it starts to turn downward? Or bury higher on the trunk so that most of the top root is covered with soil? Thanks in advance for any advice!