I maintained a couple of this kind in my front yard. I so love its color during fall . It gives out a yellow vibrant image.
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Tulip Poplar Live Stakes are Excellent Shade Trees
Tulip Poplar Live Stakes (liriodendron tulipifera) is the tallest hardwood tree in eastern North America. It is also sometimes called the tulip magnolia, whitewood, tulip tree, yellow-magnolia, tulipwood, and fiddle tree, among other names.
Tulip Poplar Live Stakes have Beautiful, Fragrant Yellow Flowers that Attract Bees and Hummingbirds.
This tree is a part of the magnolia family, and it is not an actual poplar tree. It makes for an excellent ornamental tree, producing beautiful, fragrant flowers. These tulip-shaped flowers are a showy greenish-yellow in color, with an orange band or cup on the tepals. Blooms form rapidly from April to June, depending on location.
These Stakes have brilliant yellow foliage with reddish-brown twigs.
The leaves are unique but simple, measuring about five to six inches long and wide. The top of the leaves is smooth and shiny, with bright, dark green color. The color underneath is a more pale green, with downy veins. These trees are deciduous, which means they do lose their leaves each winter.
However, in the fall, the leaves turn into a remarkable clear, bright yellow. This brilliant yellow foliage is one of many reasons the tulip poplar is a popular choice to be utilized for ornamental purposes.
The bark of a younger poplar is relatively smooth and light ashy-gray in color. As the tree ages, the bark becomes thick with deep interlacing furrows. Twigs are usually lustrous and smooth, with olive to reddish-brown color.
These Stakes produce soft and fleshy cones.
It bears a narrow, light brown cone formed from many samaras, which reach about two to three inches long. These cones are soft and fleshy, maturing from August to October and falling through late fall and winter. Uses
This tree serves wonderfully as a shade tree during the summer months. However, it is fast-growing and may not be suited for all areas with its large size. It can reach heights of 80-120 feet (or more) and 30-40 feet wide at maturity.