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What type of tree is a poplar?
Poplar tree (Populus) is a deciduous tree that belongs to the family Salicaceae. Poplar tree can be found throughout northern hemisphere (North America, Europe, Asia and North Africa). There generally about 35 species of poplar trees that differ in size, shape of the leaves, color of the bark and type of growth habitat.
What do poplar trees need to grow?
Poplars need fertile soil, acidic or neutral, as well as direct sun and sufficient water to keep their roots moist. One of the most important poplar tree facts is the sheer size of the tree. It rises to between 50 and 165 feet high with a trunk diameter of up to 8 feet.
What zone do poplars grow in?
Poplars grow in USDA zones 3 through 9. Many poplar species are large ornamental trees with wide canopies, making for excellent shade trees. Some poplars, like the Lombardy poplar ( Populus nigra 鈥楲ombardy鈥?, have a columnar growth habit and are ideal privacy trees.
Are poplar trees fast-growing?
Fast-growing trees above ground are often fast-growing below, too. The root system of the Poplar Tree can be invasive and destructive if planted in close proximity to these types of materials. Simply plant your Poplar a safe distance away from the home and watch it grow. Interestingly, the Poplar Tree has a fascinating history.