My house has a couple Aspens in the front yard. Part of the root system runs along the side of the house and sends up suckers all over in our flower beds. Some of the roots have really become a menace and seem to be crowding out some of the other plants we have in the flower bed. We also want to add some additional perennials into the flower beds, but anytime we start to dig it seems like we hit a root (usually an inch or so in diameter) If we chop into and remove that section of the root, are we going to cause major problems for the tree? The specific spot where the root is "in the way" is probably 20 feet from the base of the tree. Will the tree adapt and generate additional roots to compensate?