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The truffle is the fruit of a mycelium, otherwise a fungus, which lives in osmosis with the roots and rootlets of a tree. But now the truffle can leave the field of its favorite regions to settle in your garden. The root system of a truffle tree is nothing more or less than the seat of a symbiosis between the tree and the fungus. This symbiosis takes place through mycorrhizae, organs that belong to the fungus as well as to the root system of the tree. Until now, this symbiosis has been carried out in a random and natural way. Science now provides gardeners with a way to get truffle trees in their gardens.