No tree is more closely associated with Colorado than the quaking aspen. Covering 5 million acres, the aspen is the state’s only widespread native deciduous tree.
The Colorado Front Range presents many challenges for landscapers with its extreme and unpredictable weather. That becomes especially important when it comes to choosing trees, since they represent considerable, long-term investments.
Despite originating in China thousands of years ago, many people consider the apple the all-American fruit. And while the U.S. is the world’s second-largest producer of apples, its 5-million-ton annual harvest pales in comparison to China’s 41 million.
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