1 ring, 1 year, generally.
This is nothing supernatural, it’s just that trees grow faster in the summer, and slower in the winter. When trees grow faster, the material is less dense. The darker, denser ring is from the summer or autumn.
When it’s a good year for growth, rings will be wider.
If the growing season is good, however, more than one ring can form. That creates some fun for dendrochronologists — the folks who date trees by counting rings. The Wiki article gets into details at some length.
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