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2pk Quaking Aspen Seed Grow Kit - The Jonsteen Company

Item# 210-80790822-AF | Model# 80790822 | Added on July 27, 2020 |
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2pk Quaking Aspen Seed Grow Kit - The Jonsteen Company
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A member of the willow family, Aspen is the most widespread tree on the North American continent, yet its beauty is anything but common. In autumn, Aspens are nothing less than stunning – gilded with brilliant golden leaves, perpetually trembling and splashing sunlight in every direction. Aspens are fast growers, and can survive almost anywhere – so long as they get ample sunlight – typically living for about a century. Populus tremuloides, also known as “Golden Aspen,” “Quaking Poplar,” and “Small-toothed Aspen,” among other common names, makes its glowing presence known throughout all the great Mountain systems of the United States and Canada. The species’ immense range spreads all the way down into the mountain ranges of Mexico, as well. Every account of early western exploration includes mention of the remarkable beauty of the Aspen groves encountered in the mountains. As one naturalist wrote: “Where the deer bound, where the trout rise, where your horse stops to slather a drink from icy water while the sun is warm on the back of your neck, where every breath you draw is exhilaration — that is where the Aspens grow.” Aspens are typically smallish trees, around 40 feet tall with trunk diameters under two feet across. Their trembling, ever-moving leaves are pale green in spring and summer, burnishing to radiant gold in autumn. Aspen bark is smooth and the color of white-ash. Older trees have bark that’s nearly black at the base, turning to smooth mottled gray higher up the ... read more
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