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Hybrid Poplar Trees ship in two sizes:
Poplar Hybrid Trees, Populus deltoides x Populus nigra, are fast growing trees! Hybrid Poplar Trees, on average and under normal conditions, can grow several feet a year. Plant Hybrid Poplars as a hedge, screen, windbreak, or to line a road or drive. It can mature to over 70' tall with a 40' spread as a shade tree. The Hybrid Poplar can also be grown as pictured for a Living Fence Hedge Screen. Plant 5 to 8 feet apart as a hedge or windbreak.
A Fast Growing Trees Variety, this tree will require supplemental water until established. Hybrid Poplar Trees make a great fast growing shade tree. Greenwood Nursery offers a wide variety of bushes and shrubs at wholesale pricing. Email or phone us with your plant requirements for a quote on your next state, reclamation or conservation project.
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