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While its common name is tulip poplar, it is not related to poplars--it is a member of the magnolia family. Source of the name probably comes from the nature of the light-colored wood.

Noted as a good honey plant. Its range in Florida appears to be disjunct. However, there is no reason to believe that this plant would cause issues if planted. Kristine Georges, Executive Director. Kristine became Executive Director on October 1, after joining Tulip Tree in April as Compliance and Quality Manager.

Kristine has over 13 years of experience in healthcare management and quality/compliance with area hospitals. She is a graduate of USI. Outstanding tree: no. Ozone sensitivity: sensitive.

Verticillium wilt susceptibility: susceptible. Pest resistance: resistant to pests/diseases. Use and Management. Although a rather large tree, tulip-poplar could be used along residential streets with very large lots and plenty of soil for root growth if. Blooms in May and June, producing tulip-shaped flowers with aromatic stems Provides vibrant yellow color in the fall Will be delivered at a height of 3'–4' for bare-root; a height of 1 3/4' - 3 1/2' for 1-gallon pot The Tuliptree Grows in zones 4 - 9.

Tulip Tree. These trees should be pruned in fall after the leaves have dropped or in early spring, before the sap starts to flow (March). If needed, a few small branches can be removed in summer after the leaves have reached full size.

The time to make a long lasting effect on the form and structure of the plant is when the tree is young. Winter/Fall Colors – Yellow before leaf-drop in the fall.



Question: Is poplar as strong as oak?



Tulip Tree Problems. Healthy tulip trees are incredibly resistant to insect infestations and disease. However, when your tree is stressed by drought conditions, soil compaction, soil nutrient depletion, or poor.





Blooms in May and June, producing tulip-shaped flowers 1½–2" in diameter with greenish-yellow petals and a splash of orange at the base. Provides vibrant yellow color in the fall.

Produces alternating leaves that are 3– 6" long with distinctive lobes, a flat base and two ear-like tips.



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Yields colorful seeds held upright in the tree throughout the summer and into autumn. The native Tulip Tree’s fall foliage remains a reliable golden-yellow, although it also offers colorful seeds during the summer months. What You Need To Know About The Tulip Tree Because the Tulip Tree ranks among the largest, fast-growing native ornamentals in North America, property owners typically need abundant space to maximize its benefits.





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