One of the ways that redwoods reproduce is by clonal sprouting from buds in a basal burl, stump, root, or stem. This produces clusters of trees, such as these trees in the Bohemian Grove in Muir Woods National Monument. Often described as a


One of the ways that redwoods reproduce is by clonal sprouting from buds in a basal burl, stump, root, or stem. This produces clusters of trees, such as these trees in the Bohemian Grove in Muir Woods National Monument. Often described as a "family circle" or "fairy ring," clusters can have a variety of shapes and can even be linear.



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