A clonal colony of an Aspen

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Aspens grow in clonal colonies from a single seedling. They spread by means of root suckers. Aspen trees are unique because they have roots deep into the ground which helps them survive fires as new sprouts grow after the fire burns out.

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A clonal colony of an Aspen was last modified: April 25th, 2020 by Matt Shetzer