How to Prop a Tree up?

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To prop up a tree, you can put a stake in the ground close to the tree. Wrap twine or rope around the trunk of the tree and the stake. Tie off at the top to hold the tree in place.
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1. Have one or more people hold the tree as upright as possible. 2. Hold a length of garden border rubber up to the tree trunk, or you may use an old garden hose or section of tire.
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Well if the evergreen has needles then it is a deciduous so it will grow the same height. If it doesn't have needles then it won't really be the same height.
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Norway Spruce.
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Use equipment to 'project' a tree onto the backdrop and show it 'falling' into the wings. Or make the branches out of tissue paper lightly attached to the scaffolding in such a way
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