Some trees do grow back from the stump. Slowly sprouts will appear at the stump, and a tree will grow from the sprouts. It does depend on the species. I have seen Cottonwood trees and Willow trees do this. It would help to give plenty of water, organic fertilizer, and compost.
As stated, it depends on the tree type. Hardwoods will sprout and their roots will continue to function. Conifur trees will not regenerate. Another factor is the tree’s age. The older and bigger the tree the less likely it is to regenerate and sprout.
Typically the tree stump itself will die from shock, but occassionally, depending on the tree, its roots, which will still be alive might send up new sprouts for a new tree.
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