Refers to strong shoots that develop under the bark of a tree or shrub, often close to pruning cuts or wounds.
of shoots, sprouting from a mature stem, as in some eucalypts after fire
of buds, shoots or flowers, borne on the old wood of trees (applied especially to shoots arising from dormant buds after injury or fire).
Shoot that arises from a latent or adventitious bud on roots, stems, or branches. An upright-growing branch uncharacteristic of the tree species.
Growing from a dormant bud that has been exposed to light and air.
Shoot arising from accessory bud in bark of stem or tree. Forestry Victoria
Branches of foliage arising abnormally along a trunk as the result of release of dormant buds or the differentiation of buds from callus.
coming off trunk of tree, usually describes unusual branches of species including pond pine