50 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Weeping Aspen Overview
This weeping aspen branches droop with leaves that tremble & rustle in the wind. Young leaves appear bronze turning green & then butter yellow in the autumn. In late winter it produces purple grey catkins.
Common problems with Weeping Aspen
Moth and sawfly larvae may be found on Poplar.
How to harvest Weeping Aspen
Generally not harvested.
How to propagate Weeping Aspen
You can propagate by hardwood cuttings in the winter.
Special features of Weeping Aspen
Other uses of Weeping Aspen
A low maintenance tree, it does need to be sited away from drains & foundations but suits coastal & exposed gardens.