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Desertdruid (stillDruid) said:
but all Aspens are Quaking Aspens.
This I did not know ...... so I added Quercus Nigra to my original post ..... will that work? Or do we consider it as a duplicate and say the game is now ended?
Well........ it isn't a tree, but it IS a plant .......
I finally found an "x" tree ……
My absolute favorite as well. When I was a little girl many years ago my parents had friends with one dead center of their back yard. We used to camp out underneath the tree with their children. The tree was massive.
We just planted one!!!!
I apologize - I have never encountered Broad-toothed Aspens, & they are apparently a different variety from the Quaking Aspen I originally posted. I learned something else today - thank you!
Interesting that they "readily hybridize" & so may at some point no longer be separate varieties.