Populus tremuloides Best grown in rich, humusy, consistently moist, well-drained soils in full sun. In the wild, this tree grows in a large variety of soils ranging from rocky soils. Native Status: AK N CAN N L48 N SPM N.
AUTHORSHIP AND CITATION : Howard, Janet L. Department of Agriculture, Forest. It is in flower in April, and the seeds ripen. Tree identification fact sheet with photos of the leaf, flower, fruit, twig, bark and form.
Aspen is a pioneer species, moving into open areas quite readily. As the photos below indicate, Aspens love heavy sunlight and they develop there in pure. The trembling aspen is the most widely distributed tree in North America.
We grow aspen using a Northern Idaho seed source. We have found that trees from this source have a resistance to black. Species Description: General: Colonial tree, dioecious, up to 15 m. When we think of the sounds of nature like the spine-shivering. Quaking aspen is a deciduous tree growing 36. What does this species look like?
The bark of young trunks is similar to the pale greenish white color of other members of this.
Populus tremuloides hybridizes with both the native P. Grows up to 40 to 50 feet tall; Genus: Populus Tremuloides; Known for its pale white trunks and fluttering green leaves; 30-50% germination rate; Zones: 1 to 6. Montana Natural Heritage Program. Photograph click to collapse contents. Salicaceae (Willow family) Introduction to Vascular Plants. Populus, from the Latin for poplar; tremuloides, from the Latin, tremulus, "shaking, trembling, quivering"; Common Name, from the movement of. It measures 67 feet high, with a trunk circumference of 169 inches and. The bark is white with black rings and scars, and the oval leaves.