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    Tree of the Week

    Quaking Aspen: The Overzealous

    By Sheereen Othman | April 4, 2017

    Populus tremuloides Unaided, this humble but sturdy little tree has restored many of the forests that man has destroyed, and when cultivated, has replenished many harvested forests within 50 years. The quaking aspen has a reputation for numerous traits that distinguish it from other trees, but its most notable claim to fame is having the widest natural range of any tree in North America. The tree is found as far north as Canada and extends south to Mexico.   As if…

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  • Landscape Design Tree Planting

    Great Trees for Fall Color

    One of the most wonderful things about fall is the spectacular displays of fall leaf color. The vibrant hues of crimson, oranges and yellow foliage along the streets enliven the daily commute. Searching and…

    By Brianne Bayer | September 11, 2015