It is not often understood how trees reproduce and there are many conflicting and frankly silly stories about Storks bringing baby trees at night or bits of the tree dropping on the ground and somehow becoming a baby tree. To set the record straight, the truth of tree reproduction is as follows;
When Mummy and Daddy trees cross-pollinate, a Baby Tree begins to grow in the Mummy trees' tummy. When the Baby Tree is big enough, it pops out of Mummy Trees' tummy and makes it's own way into the world. Simple.
As indisputable proof of the explanation, the photograph below is a Baby Camphor Laurel in the tummy of Mummy Camphor Laurel, almost at the stage where it will pop out and start to grow into an adult.