However, it should be possible to prop the tree up.
Aug 01, This winter or next spring, prune the side AWAY from where the tree is leaning and prune it [B]hard[/B]. Sounds mad, but it will cause new growth on the"good" side which will help stop it falling over. 3. As a minimum, the tree should stabilise and more root will form away from the direction it is leaning which will anchor it.
White artificial trees are particularly vulnerable to all of this, and will quickly turn yellow or brown if not properly stored, though green trees can also turn brown. So buy an artificial tree cover or get some white cloth to tightly wrap your tree in. It’s a very quick thing to do, and it’ll help your tree to last!
3. They are important in preventing your tree from tipping. Before tightening the bolts, you should place the tree trunk in the center of the stand, vertical, and hold on firmly to the trunk of the tree and push downward to insert the red tabs into the base of the tree.
You may want to get an assistant to help you push the tree downward if you can't get enough downward pressure by yourself.