The most popular tree for the last 30 years has been the red maple, according to a survey of tree experts.
The red maple is one of the most popular trees in the U.S. with more than 6 million trees planted.
However, scientists and tree enthusiasts are worried about the health of the red-moss tree, which is an invasive species that is spreading through the Midwest.
The new study found that red moss trees in Illinois are experiencing the worst effects of climate change.
The study, published in the American Journal of Botany, said the tree had suffered severe loss of canopy, which could cause damage to the tree’s roots and its root systems.
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign conducted the study by surveying more than 2,000 tree-care professionals across the U: “In the first year of planting, the tree was a favorite with professionals, with nearly one-third saying they had planted it and one-quarter saying they would plant it in their lifetime,” according to the study.
The trees were planted on a farm in Indiana and are now undergoing a major expansion that could cause significant damage to trees, said researcher Scott Pritchard, a research scientist at the UIS.
The tree’s canopy is also collapsing.
The researchers say the tree will likely lose most of its shade and be a thorn in the side of farmers and ranchers who rely on the trees to feed their livestock.
“The canopy of the tree is collapsing.
That could cause problems for the plant,” Pritcher said.
He added that trees with more canopy can grow larger and more robust than those without.
But the study says the canopy of trees that were planted in the Midwest was already compromised by climate change, and this study suggests that even more of those trees could be in trouble.
Trees that have lost their canopy are also less resistant to frost damage, Pritchers findings show.
“The study points out that even in these warm, wet summers, trees have already experienced damage and are likely to suffer from a lack of shade,” he said.
“Even if they have a great canopy, that’s not good enough.
We need to be concerned about these trees that are now experiencing this loss of habitat, and the trees are losing the shade.”