I recently bought a JM that was in pretty rough shape from Lowe's. I want to see if I can bring it back to life. When I bought it, the topmost branch was completely dead, so i trimmed it off. The leaves are green and have holes in them. There are only three main branches on it, and the tree is only about 2 feet high. Now, the leaves on one of the branches are starting to wilt dramatically, and many of the leaves on the lower minor branches are starting to wilt also. I think I need to replant. I currently have it in a half-barrel planter (where it must stay since I live in an apartment) and it is just in generic potting soil (i know, i know, my bad). I live near the Mississippi River, and I was thinking of going to get some silt from the shore since the floods have recently receded. Would this be a good idea? Should I use peat or manure also? What kinds of problems should I look for in the roots while replanting? Should I trim the roots and loosen them up?