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In these stone walls we see the smallest ferns we said before: falcons and polypods.
Let's talk about the aspen. It is the poplar that goes up higher on the montanese. The leaves with a very long and thin petiole tremble easily with little wind. In addition, it takes autumn colorations that range from intense yellow (foto) to red wine. The leaves have been used as a winter forage. Woods, sticks, toys and paper pulp were made from wood. It is the best quality of all poplars but since large forests are not made it is not exploitable forestally. It is usually a tree accompanied by the lower part of the oak groves, where there are also ash trees, hazel trees, cherry trees.
Here we find some testimonial oak. You see it leaving the wall, it's very old. Later, we will tell you what happened to them.