|Gender||👩🧑 Boy And Girl|
|Number in U.S||👶 18,000|
|Rate in 2021||455|
|Name origin||🌍 English|
Aspen is the English vocabulary word denoting a type of poplar tree, poplar; From the Olde English “æspe”. Aspen trees are native to the cool northern climates of the Northern Hemisphere, ut range south to mountainous regions with high altitudes. The aspen generally grows to reach between 50 and 100 feet. tall, and, although they live in cooler climates, they flourish in direct sunlight. What makes a poplar tree unique is its ability to quickly take root and reproduce itself. Its complex root system allows the tree to spread underground for great distances from the “parent” tree and more trees to sprout (creating a single-stemmed forest). As old trees die, new trunks will emerge. It is for this reason that certain poplar forests are considered among the oldest living organisms originating from continuous colonies derived from a single “parent” tree. For example, the "Pando" colony in south-central Utah is estimated to be 80,000 years old (considered one of the oldest and largest living organisms in the world!). The Latin word “Pando” aptly means “I spread”. Aside from their unique root system and abundant reproduction, poplar trees are also known for the pleasant, mellow sound they make. The trembling, shimmering leaves of the aspen sway gracefully in even the lightest of winds. In the fall, the leaves spring from their branches in vivid colors of yellow, orange, and red. As for the mythological symbology, the poplar tree represents one's ability to overcome fears and doubts in the face of change. The indomitable aspen will persist with dogged determination. The poplar tree also symbolizes the strength and power of the community represented by the large colonies or groves created by a single organism (united as one). As a female gave the name, Aspen is new to "tree" names for girls (eg, Willow, Olive, Laurel, Holly, and Hazel).
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