The leaves of quaking aspens, sometimes known as trembling aspens, are named after them. Petioles, which are long stalks that link flat leaves to branches, quiver or tremble in mild gusts. When the leaves change colour in the fall, Quaking aspens grow in thick, pure stands, providing a beautiful golden view. The tree's white bark is one of its distinguishing features, but the bark is noteworthy for more than its unusual look. Photosynthesis is carried out by the bark layer of quaking aspens, which is normally done by tree leaves.
Botanical Name : Populus tremuloides
Common Name : Quaking Aspen
Height : 70 ft
Spread : 30 ft
Germination Info : Sow seed under glass.
Hardiness zone : 2-6
Other info : Seed is highly perishable. Store FROZEN until ready to be sowed.
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 75000