Suvel is a round growth on a tree trunk covered with bark. The build-up consists of deformed and twisted wood fibers. Usually, a tree suvel is formed in a single form, less often in a group of suvels on one tree trunk. Sometimes there are suveli encircling the trunk of a tree. Unlike burl, suvel is formed equally on deciduous and coniferous trees. The density of the wood of the suvel is lower than that of the burl, so it is a little easier to handle.
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The burl is formed in the form of a growth on the trunk, usually round in shape, covered with bark. Sometimes the build-up completely rings the trunk. The growth is formed by dormant, adventitious buds. The kidneys are in the form of tubercles with a ring structure around them. Sometimes dormant buds "wake up", then young shoots can appear from the growth. The cap grows for a very long time. We are talking about tens of years. Its dimensions can be from a couple of centimeters to a meter, or even two.