What is a poplar tree?

Answer Poplars are fast-growing trees with oval leaves that are found throughout North America, Europe, Northern Africa and near the Arctic Circle. Popular varieties of the tree include the balsam, cotton... Read More »

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How do I plant a poplar tree?

Finding it a HomeLocate a growing site that has ample room, sunlight and well-drained quality soil. Dig a hole two times the depth and width of the root system of the tree.PlantingPlace the tree in... Read More »

What is the lifespan of a poplar tree?

The lifespan of a poplar tree depends on its type. The faster-growing poplars typically have a shorter lifespan. The fast-growing Lombardy Poplar only lasts up to 20 years, while a yellow poplar ca... Read More »

What is the scientific name for a poplar tree?

The scientific name for a poplar tree is Liriodendron tulipifera. It is often referred to as yellow-poplar, white-poplar or white wood. It is one of the tallest of the Eastern hardwoods and can liv... Read More »

Poplar Tree Habitat?

The poplar tree is a fast-growing deciduous tree that is often planted to create shade and windbreaks or incorporated by architects to provide visual interest in landscaped areas, such as railways,... Read More »