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By Teo Spengler Graceful aspen is the most widely distributed tree in North America, growing from Canada, throughout the U.S. and in Mexico. These natives are also cultivated as garden ornamentals, usually with branch or root cuttings. But aspen seed propagation is also possible if you know how to grow aspens from seeds and you are willing to work at it. For information on getting seeds from aspen trees and when to plant aspen seeds, read on. Aspen Seed Propagation Most aspen trees cultivated for ornamentals are grown from cuttings. You can use branch cuttings or, even easier, root cuttings. Aspens in the wild produce new plants from their root suckers making it easy to “find” a new young tree. But aspen seed propagation is also common in nature. And you can start growing aspen seeds in your backyard if you follow a few simple guidelines. When to Plant Aspen

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