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REGENERATING HOLLOW TREES FOR LIFE Guy Meilleur, guy@historictreecare.com   Dormant buds on this Corymbia intermedia, pink bloodwood, are sprouting at a growth point, or “node”, after the end was reduced.  The sprouts on the left are withering due to shade.  The sprouts on the right harvest sunlight, form buttresses, and transition from epicormic to endocormic.  …

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