Tulip Poplar Tree
Tulip Poplar Tree
Tulip Poplar Tree Flower
Tulip Poplar Tree Flowers
Tulip Poplar Tree Autumn
Tulip Poplar Tree
Tulip Poplar Tree

Tulip Poplar Tree

Regular price$48.95
  • This Tulip Poplar Tree ships in a 1 Gallon
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Serving as the state tree of Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee, the Tulip Poplar tree is a beautiful, fast growing, shade tree. The Tulip flowers give you a delightful fragrance of nectar. The nectar attracts birds and other small wildlife. If you are a wildlife lover then you need to add this tree to your landscape. Leaves are light green in the summer then turn to a bright yellow during the fall.

The Tulip Poplar Tree grows about 40 feet wide and is highly resistant to disease and insects. This tree is very easy to grow and highly adaptable to a variety of soils, even grows in wet soil. In open areas, the Tulip poplar usually grows into a cone shape.

Full sun to partial sun.

Attracts birds, bees and butterflies.

Native to North America

Drought tolerant once established.

Yellow/ Orange flowers, non-fragrant

    Additional features: Native, Attracts Pollinators, Drought Tolerant, and Disease Resistant

    This Tulip Poplar Tree ships established in a 1 Gallon trade pot

    Light: Does best is full sun (6+ hours of direct sunlight)

    Size: Mature size can reach up to 90’ft high and 40’ft wide.

    Hardiness zones: 4 – 9

    Native to North America

    Characteristics: Attracts hummingbirds. Works as an accent plant or a shade tree. Wide-canopy of 4-lobed bright green leaves, 3"-6" long", turn a golden yellow in the fall

    Water & Soil: Prefers rich, medium moister, well draining soil. Water daily in extreme heat.

    *Images shown of mature plants.

    Planting Time: Best planted in spring or fall.

    Watering: Regular watering is crucial, especially during dry spells. Water deeply once a week to encourage deep root growth.

    Mulching: Apply a 3-4 inch layer of mulch around the base to help retain moisture, suppress weeds, and protect the roots.

    Pruning: Minimal pruning is needed. If necessary, prune in late winter or early spring to remove any dead, damaged, or crossing branches.

    Fertilizing: Feed with a general-purpose fertilizer in early spring, before new growth begins.

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