They had us in the first half, not gonna lie
@Novajix471, no... I don’t think they had anyone with a story of immortal trees that can’t be killed. Unless you meant the first sentence instead of the first half.
@George Feeny, hey, nature is full of wonder and mystery. I've heard more ridiculous "tumblerizations", if you will, of natural phenomena that are actually mostly true-ish.
@Novajix471, The largest living organism is a "forest" that is actually one huge tree that shares a root system. It's not very impractical to think that if you stumped one of those trees it could grow back. So yeah they had me in the first half as well.
I knew this couldn't be true cause if trees could do hat, their genes would have spread all over the damn place now, not just 35 spots.
If you're ever unsure if what you're saying is true just add "LOL I'm just making this up." That way if any of it is true you look like a good guesser.
@Ahnald Schwarsanagga, o read the first line and was like this is vs. Then I read your comment and smiled lol
@Scrabby, that's nice but I can't validate myself with a smile. Can you pass me that sweet sweet upvote?
I Should’ve known from the user name
My mum has one of those. But it's a plum tree. And it grows out if the stump every time we chop it down. It's not unusual. Not funny, but neither is the pic
Bout to say if there's 35 and I've seen 12 of em in the small part of my state holy Smokey the bear I'm lucky. But a Phoenix tree isn't a bad name for these it's actually the same tree growing again of the nutrients of it's forbearer
I was going to say, I see this all the time so it can’t be rare...
I was already googling it...