Quaking Aspen

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Quick Overview

Quaking Aspen has been growing in popularity recently, and is a great choice for a fast growing, beautiful, and tough landscape tree. This tree is native throughout most of the west, and the beauty of Quaking Aspen is well known. The sight of the golden leaves in autumn trembling over silvery grey bark cannot be forgotten!

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Quick Overview

Why it rocks:

Quaking Aspen has been growing in popularity recently, and is a great choice for a fast growing, beautiful, and tough landscape tree. This tree is native throughout most of the west, and the beauty of Quaking Aspen is well known. The sight of the golden leaves in autumn trembling over silvery grey bark cannot be forgotten! 

Where to put it:

Quaking Aspen is the most widely distributed tree of North America, native from Canada and Alaska, south to Mexico and as far east as Pennsylvania. This pyramidal, narrow tree can go nearly anywhere in the landscape and looks great in clusters. 

What it needs:

Quaking Aspen is indifferent to soil conditions and over its range can be found in moist, loamy sands to shallow, rocky soil and clay. This tree is very tough and fast growing and does not need any special considerations, great for any challenging locations. 

Specs

Specs
Botanical Name Populus tremuloides
Hardiness Zone 3
Tree Type Shade
Size Range Medium Tree (25-40 feet)
Mature Height 30'
Mature Spread 15'
Shape Narrow/Columnar, Pyramidal
Foliage Color Purple
Fall Color Yellow/Gold
Flower Color No
Decorative Fruit None
Landscape Uses Shade, Parkway/Street
Growth Rate Rapid
Plant Tolerance Very Tough and Adaptable