Why don’t trees grow in the tundra?

Strong winds in open areas of the tundra and thin snow cover force the plants to cuddle to the ground. Permafrost does not provide an opportunity to firmly gain a foothold in the soil; moreover, for most of the year, water in the tundra is in a solid state and is not available to plants.

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