Quaking Aspen Tree

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$7.95
SKU:
TSU5716-QA
Sun Exposure:
Full Sun
Shipping Size:
2-4 Feet
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1
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Product Overview

Populus tremuloides

As its name suggests, the leaves of the Quaking Aspen tremble at the slightest breeze, creating a visual wonder with a soothing accompaniment of sound. The Quaking Aspen is a fast-growing, widely distributed tree, with a narrow, rounded crown. The glossy green leaves that shimmer in summertime turn golden-yellow in autumn, accented by the white and cream bark with hints of soft green. This tree is tolerant of many soils and should be planted in full sun. It will grow to a mature height of 40'-50' with a 25' spread. Shipping Height: 2-4 Feet

GROWING ZONES: 1-8 / SUN EXPOSURE: Full Sun

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Reviews

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  • 5
    Very Professional

    Posted by Chris DeLauder on Jan 2nd 2019

    Received my trees over the Holiday weekend. I planted them yesterday, after following the detailed and well written instructions clearly. The Trees were very well packed and shipped. Very impressed.

  • 4
    so for trees are in the ground,

    Posted by Anthony on Jul 23rd 2018

    Happy so far,

  • 5
    Looks good !

    Posted by Unknown on May 31st 2018

    I just planted it yesterday. It looks good so far. I look forward
    to seeing it grow.

  • 5
    Good product, bad timing

    Posted by Hans Jostlein on Dec 30th 2017

    The tree company sent us the two Aspen saplings, plus an extra crab apple.
    The saplings look like there are in excellent health, and the packaging was perfect.
    We were taken aback by the timing.
    I need to grow the saplings to a 6 ft height to avoid deer damage. I do that by planting them in buckets (with drain holes), which I set in soil for a couple of years.
    Even though I had ordered them in summer, they came at the end of December when the ground was hard frozen.
    I had to buy top soil, thaw it out, and plant the saplings.
    Rather than determining themselves when to send the saplings, the tree company could ask customers when to ship.