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Leaning Arborvitae

Our two pyramidal arborvitae plants, about 7 feet tall, became bent over during one of the snowstorms, and they are not bouncing back.

Question:

Our two pyramidal arborvitae plants, about 7 feet tall, became bent over during one of the snowstorms, and they are not bouncing back. Should I try to gently wrap them and then stake them upright, or should I give them more time to correct themselves?

—Linda Jensen

Answer:

Hi Linda,

Do assist your plants!  They would benefit from some staking and supplemental support.  Be sure to use garden tie or chafing free twine that won’t damage the bark of your arborvitae.

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