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Tulip Poplar plants are avaialble in 2 sizes:
Tulip Poplar Tree, Lirodendron tulipifera, is a fast growing shade tree that can grow 15' to 20' over a 6 to 8 year period. Tulip Poplar can be used as a specimen tree on a large property it has great beauty and in fall, its foliage is spectacular. This fast growing tree is a large, stately deciduous tree that is a native tree to the eastern United States. As a fast growing shade tree, the Tulip Poplar can grow to heights of over 100 ft with trunk diameters of 4-6 ft not uncommon. While sometimes it takes a conical form, when grown in the open the Tulip Poplar often assumes a broad columnar shape that is its signature form. A choice flowering tree.
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