Do aspen trees grow in phoenix, arizona?

Answer The quaking aspen tree (Populus tremuloides) is a type of poplar tree. Aspens are recommended for growing in USDA growing zones 1 through 7. Phoenix is located in zone 10 and therefore not an ideal... Read More »

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Can I Grow Aspen Trees in Phoenix, Arizona?

The aspen (Populus tremuloides) grows quickly to 20 to 60 tall and 15 to 30 feet wide and is native to the mountains of the American West. Its waxy green, rounded heart-like leaves "quake" in the b... Read More »

Pine Trees That Grow Well in Phoenix, Arizona?

Phoenix is a dry city with abundant sunshine and warm temperatures. Pines are well adapted around the world and can thrive in most conditions. Many are drought tolerant after establishment and grow... Read More »

At what altitude do aspen trees grow?

Trees of the aspen family grow from sea level to nearly the tree line, according to Peter Quelch, a native woodlands adviser for the Argyll Forestry Commission. Quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides),... Read More »

Do maple trees grow in Phoenix?

Phoenix, Arizona is in USDA plant growing zone 5. Zone numbers are used to aide individuals in knowing what kind of plants will grow and thrive in their area. Maple tree growth zones range between ... Read More »