A tree whose top branches have been cut back to the trunk so that it may produce a dense growth of new shoots. The trees are cut between 6 and 15ft above ground level, leaving a permanent trunk called a bolling, which then sprouts at the top – like a coppice stool but out of reach of livestock.
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