Cold places can be a lot wetter than warm places, and this contributes a lot to tree growth (the exception would be somewhere tropical, like the rainforest). Since there’s more water to go around, there’s more trees in general in cold places, and trees have to compete for sunlight when they are in clusters. Hence, the trees that grow in heavily-forested areas have to be taller if they want to survive (by reaching up toward the sun). Also, tall trees have to work a lot harder to pull the water from their roots out of the ground and up the tree. In warmer areas, this is going to be more challenging because there’s less water in the ground.
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