Magnolia trees that have been bent by ice storms or bad weather can be salvaged by placing the root ball back in place before it dries out. To ensure that the roots are anchored, use stakes and sturdy rope to hold the tree in place.
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Callie Barber has been writing professionally since 2002. Barber's love for design and writing inspired her to create Design Your Revolution, a blog that shares creative and affordable ways to decorate indoor and outdoor living environments. Her articles have appeared on Travels.com and GardenGuides.com. Barber holds a Bachelors of Arts in international studies from the University of North Carolina.