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Old May 14th, 2011, 08:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Gail P View Post
If it doesn't look like either of them and you suspect it's a native tree (growing in the bush I'd assume so) as opposed to an ornamental, just google native poplars of Canada, or native aspen etc.
Great idea, Gail. Thank you!

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Originally Posted by doggy lover View Post
We have trembling aspen up at our cottage and the trees get huge and from where I see you have it this wouldn't be a good idea.. is the bark of the tree a smooth greenish white? is the under part of the leaf white? But it does look some kind of a aspen or poplar to me too
The lower trunk is very rough and cracked-like. And the underleaf is is green. I wouldn't plant any close to the house (that one was there before the house was built and before we bought it). I was thinking of planting something like it between us and one of the neighbors.
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