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May 12, 2023

[Answer] Why are aspen trees unique?

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One aspen tree is actually only a small part of a larger organism. A stand or group of aspen trees is considered a singular organism with the main life force underground in the extensive root system. In a single stand, each tree is a genetic replicate of the other, hence the name a “clone” of aspens used to describe a stand.

Aspens grow all the time—even in winter. Beneath the thin, white outer bark layer is a thin green photosynthetic layer that allows the tree to create sugars and grow when other deciduous trees would otherwise be dormant.

Trees reach 12-18 m in height. Open grown specimens have a profusely branched, globular crown; forest trees have long, cylindrical trunks with short, rounded crowns.

Aspen begin flowering around age 2 or 3 and by age 10 they are producing large seed crops. Male and female flowers are borne on separate trees and generally appear in April or May before leaf expansion.

More Info: www.nationalforests.org






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