Poplar - Tulip #5 Pot

Native to North America, the Tulip Poplar Tree is so captivating year-round that George Washington had two planted in his front yard at Mount Vernon in 1785. It still draws a crowd to this day and for good reason. The spring brings big beautiful yellow blossoms that stand out against the tulip shaped, luscious green leaves and the fall produces a breathtaking display of golden yellow foliage. This fast growing shade tree is in the same family as the magnolia but will grow in colder climates unlike its sister. Its maturity height can reach up to 70 ft with a canopy of 30-40 ft. They are a low-maintenance ornamental tree that has few disease and pest problems and can adapt to many climates and growing conditions. Hardy in USDA Zones 4-9.