Cedar Burl

A burl is a strange-looking collection of tree cells, which are called callus tissue. Normally, callus tissue is formed by a tree in response to an environmental injury such as a pruning cut, disease, or insect damage. In forest settings, callus often arises from storm damage that has eroded away or deposited more soil around the tree’s trunk.
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1 Response to Cedar Burl

  1. lovealways7 says:

    Interesting…Just another part of the forest 🌳🌲🌿

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