sprout from

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A good place for a tongue to be, especially after a hefty Christmas meal, when you're struggling to extract pesky flakes of sprout from all the nooks and crannies of your mouth.
In a survey of 68 species of trees native to northeastern North America, 41% were found to retain the ability to sprout from the collar into adulthood; 26% sprout from branch layers under natural conditions; and 25% have the capacity to form root suckers.
Regardless of the height of the cut stump, some species have a strong tendency to sprout from the top of the stump, near the edge of the cut surface, whereas other species tend to sprout mainly from the collar.