Tuliptree (Liquidambar styraciflua) or Tulip Poplar is a native species easily recognizable by its unique leaf shape. A large tree with bright green leaves 3-8 inches long that turn golden-yellow in fall. The tulip shaped flowers, hence the name, are yellow, orange, and green appear in May and June usually high up in the trees canopy. A great choice for large areas. Native Americans made dugout canoes from Tuliptree trunks.
- 70-90 ft high and 35-50 ft wide.
- Full sun to partial shade
- Best grown in moist, organically rich, well-drained loams in full sun. Tolerates part shade.
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