Tulip Poplar Trees

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Latin Name- Liriodendron Tulipifera Hardy Planting Zone- 4-9 Mature Height- 40-70 ft Width-15-25 Sun or Shade- Full to Partial Sunlight


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Tulip Poplar Tree

Tulip poplar (otherwise called the tulip tree) is a closer connection to the magnolia than either a tulip or a poplar tree. The name originates from the state of the green, yellow and orange blossoms. This poplar is right now the official state tree of Kentucky. It develops in each district in Kentucky on very much depleted soils. The biggest tulip poplar is in Beaver Creek, McCreary region. Tulip Poplar Tree The Tulip Poplar tree is a healthy wooded, rapid growing shade tree. These rapid growing trees have been known to grow to very tall heights. At the particular trees mature size it will be anywhere from 70 feet to 100 feet tall. However, they have been reported to reach all the way up to 190 feet tall in the forest or wilderness. Combined with the Tulip Poplar trees extreme height, it also has a thick trunk that can withstand all type of natural disasters. This tree has somewhat or a softer, Lighter and more brittle type of bark. This tree produces bright green leaves that turn a lovely golden color in the fall, closely resembling the tulip, hints to the name tulip poplar, as well as beautiful flowers that can reach anywhere between 3 centimeters to 10 centimeters in diameter. The Tulip Poplar tree grows best when it is in moist, well-drained, and fertile soil that is deep and rich in nutrients, as well as in some slightly acidic soil. Furthermore, these particular types of trees do the best on the hardiest growth zones of 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. Very commonly found in Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois, Ontario, and Florida. They have also been known to attract beautiful animals to it such as hummingbirds and cardinals, as well as provide food for animals such as squirrels. The Tulip Poplar tree is very easy to grow and does not require a lot of maintenance. This is because these trees are resistant to both insects and disease damage. Plus, this rapid growing tree only needs a slight thinning every 8 to 12 years. It is also easy to plant as long as you follow the proper planting guidelines associated with it. Be sure to make sure you are within the trees growing zone is the most critical factor to consider. When planting the Tulip Poplar, they require a sunny spot or a slightly shady spot to grow, as well as soil that is moist, well-drained, and that is rich and deep. Ensure that the roots are moist when planting and that the hole is large enough for the roots to grow. Plus, these particular trees can be planted in a woody area, but with deep roots that spread out widely, it is best to plant them at least 10 feet from other trees, as well as homes, and buildings. They can also be planted on hillsides and anywhere else that is in a sunny or slightly shady area, as long as it has plenty of room to grow in both heights, width, as well as the roots.