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  • Appearance: Bigtooth aspen is a medium-sized tree that typically grows to heights of 40 to 70 feet (12 to 21 meters). It has a slender, straight trunk and smooth, light gray bark when young, which becomes more furrowed as the tree matures. The leaves are broadly ovate with large, rounded teeth along the margins, giving the tree its common name "bigtooth" aspen.

  • Habitat: This species is commonly found in a variety of forested habitats, including mixed hardwood forests, upland woods, and riparian zones. It has a broad range and can tolerate various soil types.

  • Leaves: The leaves of bigtooth aspen are typically green in the summer and turn bright yellow or gold in the fall. The prominent teeth along the leaf margins make it easy to identify.

  • Clonal Growth: Bigtooth aspen has the ability to reproduce through clonal growth, where new trees sprout from the root system of an established tree. This can result in the formation of groves or clonal colonies of genetically identical trees.

  • Wildlife Value: The tree provides habitat and food for various wildlife species. Deer and other herbivores browse on the leaves, and it offers cover and nesting sites for birds and small mammals.

  • Wood Uses: While not a major timber species, the wood of bigtooth aspen has been used for various purposes, including pulpwood, firewood, and in some cases, for making furniture and wood products.

  • Landscaping: Bigtooth aspen is occasionally used in landscaping for its attractive foliage, especially in the fall when it displays vibrant colors. It can be planted as a shade tree or as part of windbreaks and shelterbelts.
  • SPREAD 8-10 M 
  • HEIGHT 18-20 M 

Care Instructions

Different plants have different watering needs. Check the soil moisture by inserting your finger about an inch into the soil. If it feels dry, water the plant until the water drains from the bottom of the pot. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot.

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