We don't know what to do with our leaning tree. It has been like this for years and the roots are strong enough to keep it where it is. We even tried moving it upright with a skid loader and it didn't move. So we left it. So we know it is staying where it is, but we'd like to "train" it to continue growing more upright. What is the best way to train it to grow upright? We had it tied to that stake you can see in the picture. That didn't do much. Should we keep doing that and tighten it up when we can? That stake doesn't seem strong enough to me. Another person suggested pruning the left side and make it grow on the right side. This seems like it would look funny. Any other suggestions?