Populus Tremula2
PopTrepopulus tremula

Populus Tremula (Aspen)

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Native small-leaved poplar, which trembles in the wind. Attractive triangular-shaped leaves and yellow autumn colours. Tolerates a wide variety of soils, thriving in most conditions.

All trees will be Bare Rooted unless stated otherwise.

Size/Quantity 1-2425-99100-9991000+
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Product Description

This medium-sized native tree is an excellent pioneer plant for planting on sandy or gravelly soil, withstanding unfavourable climates better than any other Poplar. The attractive triangular-shaped leaves appear late, and stay on the tree late into the autumn when they turn to yellow autumn colours. The Aspen is a good tree to use against noise pollution, since the leaves tremble and quiver at the slightest gust of wind, distracting one’s attention from other sounds.
Fruit: Female catkins open when ripe to release lots of white cottony hairs that carry the seeds.
Timber: The timber is soft and light white in colour, it is excellent for matches and paper pulp.
Soil Types / Habitat: It tolerates a wide variety. It has a wide range of habitats from wet lowland to mountain ledges, it does not grow well in dry areas.

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Size of Plant

20-40cm, 40-60cm, 60-90cm, 90-120cm, 120-150cm