Thanks to bamboo for his advice, The trunk appears to be in one piece and the roots still in the ground, unless it has snapped beneath the surface
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I've put a comment on your question, so that Bamboo will see your blog here.
I hope this helps ...
..and welcome to GoY. :o)
18 Jan, 2010
welcome to GoY.
Ease it back upright and stake it - you might have to do it in stages over a period of days to prevent snapping the stems.
If you can get a piece of wood with a notch in the end (like an old-fashioend clothes line prop) that will provide more support than a stake until such time as you get the job completed properly.
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