|Two years ago I planted a Crimson King Red Maple. That year, it bloomed and looked wonderful. But last winter, the tree began to bud early--perhaps becasue it was very mild. But then there was a cold snap, and the tree looked as if it had been frozen in time. All summer, the tiny buds never developed into leaves. WhenI scratched the bark, the tree was still green underneath. When I mentioned this to a friend, she said it could be "Wilt?" I've never heard of this. Is this symptomatic of Wilt? What, if anything, can I do to save the tree?