The Tulip Poplar has been a favorite landscaping shade tree for a long time. It can get quite large over time so it is one you should not plant close to houses or other buildings. A fast-growing tree with bright green leaves that resemble tulip flowers in profile and turn golden yellow in fall. Greenish-yellow flowers are carried high in the tree. Stems are aromatic. Likes full sun. Grows to 70' to 90', 40' spread. It does grow quickly and the bloom time in the spring will show you why this tree is referred to as the “Tulip” poplar tree.
To follow your state regulations, we can not ship this plant to Alaska or Hawaii, or Arizona
Deliveries to WA, UT, ID, NV, MT, ND, and SD MUST be shipped Bareroot.
All of our trees ship Bareroot which means they will ship with no soil and no pot. This allows the plants to have a safer trip through the mail as well as to cut down on shipping costs majorly. The roots will be carefully removed from the pot they are growing in, and then wrapped in moist material with the roots sealed up to keep them moist during transit.
TULIP POPLAR TREE INFO
Name: Tulip Poplar
Other Names: Yellow Poplar
Grow Zone: 4 to 9
Growth Speed: Fast
Light Requirements: Likes Full Sun
Average Full Grown Height: 70' to 90'
Average Full Grown Width: 40'
Deciduous (loses Leaves) Or Evergreen (Holds Foilage All Year): Deciduous
Average Lifespan: 300 years
Trade Gallon Pot — 6-12” inches tall
Two Gallon Pot — 12-24" inches tall
price is ok for the size, at least its alive and healthy
Tulip trees are great trees. We received our two healthy ones today. Thanks weavers
I ordered 5 tulip poplars. They are very nice looking trees! Happy we found you. I am a tree lover and own a nursery too but we grow grafted trees so getting these natives from you are nice. They are to plant on our property. Excited !
It is perfect. Thank you for healthy tree
Pretty tall poplar seedling but it’s a little skinny. It’ll need some support for a year or so before it’s stronger to stand in the area we live with a lot of wind
Hey there. Thanks for your review Sorry to see it was a 3 star instead of 5 star however we do appreciate the feedback, that is how we can learn and grow to do better. Since tulip pillars are pretty fast growing trees they can end up more on the thin side at younger ages as they get tall quicker than they seem to gain width. In a year or two you will see once the trunk/stem starts filling out more it will be a strong tree. If you still have issues let us know and we will give you a discount on another one if we have one that is maybe older and wider trunk area. Reach out to us if we can help you!