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.
If you’ve ever tried to remove a tree or clear a stump, you know that these plants can have extensive root systems that cling tenaciously to the soil around them. So why do we see so many stories of trees uprooted by storms? Here are some reasons.
When the last frost danger has passed, it’s tempting to rush to the garden center and stock up for the growing season. But if your planting plans include items like trees, shrubs and perennials, here are some things to consider for best results and avoiding expensive mistakes.
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