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Aspen Tree - 100 Most Common North American Trees - Forestry
A walk-through description and guide to identifying the aspen tree or Populus tremuloides. Find out more about the aspen tree's habit, range, silviculture and ...
Description and Identification of an Aspen Tree - Forestry - About.com
Common Names: trembling aspen, golden aspen, quiver-leaf aspen, small- toothed aspen, Canadian aspen, quakie, popple. Habitat: Aspen trees occupy pure ...
The Silviculture and Management of an Aspen Tree - Forestry
"an aspen tree is born of fire, landslide, and disaster. It colonizes disturbed areas, massing at the sunny edges of forests and meadows, where its white bark and ...
Insects and Diseases of Aspen Tree - Forestry - About.com
"Aspen trees are affected by numerous insects, diseases and cultural problems. While there are plenty of good-looking aspen around the region, it also is the ...
The Natural Range of the Aspen Tree - Forestry - About.com
Aspen trees grow singly and in multi-stemmed clones over the widest distribution of any native tree species in North America. The aspen tree range extends from ...
Fall Foliage of Quaking Aspen Trees, Poplar Trees - Landscaping
Learn about quaking aspen trees as fall foliage plants. Aspens, close relatives of poplar trees, display a shimmering golden foliage in a fall breeze.
Aspen Snowmass Ski Resorts - Skiing - About.com
Aspen Snowmass Ski Resort consists of four peaks - Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk. Here is information on skiing Aspen, ...
Aspen Mountain - Skiing - About.com
Aspen Mountain is located in Aspen, Colorado and is one of Aspen Snowmass's four ski areas. With 76 ski trails and 8 lifts, Aspen Mountain is 0% beginner, ...
Aspen Wood Shavings as Pet Bedding - Review - Exotic Pets
A look at the pros and cons of aspen shavings as pet bedding.
Quaking Aspen - a Keystone Species - Forestry - About.com
More on Quaking Aspen: Quaking Aspen is described as an all important and community dependant "keystone species" within its natural range. Quaking Aspen ...