This is the first spring for this acer palmatum (Bloodgood) cutting. It did well all last year and leafed out. However, the leaves have begun to curl and I'm not 100% sure why. It has been sitting in partial shade, temps have been between 60-80. I've watered carefully and given some 10-10-10 fertilizer. I have leaf curl on this maple and another trident. I dug into the rootball some and it did appear very wet. I used some sphagnum moss for the airlayer and placed the entire thing in pumice. The roots seem to have grown quite a bit. The leaves are soft and moist so I'm guessing it may be overwatered? Any advice on how to proceed? I'm likely going to remove the sphagnum and place in a more shallow container with pumice and let it dry out some.