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We dig plants when your order is received, and ship immediately via US Priority Mail. You will receive a tracking number via email when plants are shipped. All plants are packed to be safe in their packages for up to 3 days after receipt.
How We Protect Your Plants For Transit
We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This provides superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.
Upon Receipt Of Your Plants
Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We guarantee your plants to be in excellent condition and arrive alive. If you have any problems with your order, please contact us via email (do not call us, email us with pictures) and state the problem and photos of the problem along with your order # to firstname.lastname@example.org within 24 hours of order receival. No exceptions to this warranty so please, if you have any problems, we must receive an email within 24 hours of delivery.
Tulip Poplar is a Fragrant Blooming Deciduous
The brown bark is furrowed, while the branches are smooth and aromatic. The tree will erupt from April to June in 1.5” – 2” long, fragrant flowers. These flowers are cup-shaped, much like a tulip. They are pale green or yellow with an orange band and stand erect instead of dropping down. You can use the nectar of the flowers to make gourmet honey. In the fall, the heart-shaped leaves will turn a bright golden yellow. Young leaves are light green, and when they mature, they turn a shiny, bright green on top and paler green underneath. They are about 6” long and wide and are pinnately veined. It produces a narrow, brown cone about 2” – 3” long with many scales.
Tulip Popular will Attract Hummingbirds, Cardinals, and Finches with its Beautiful Flowers
These cone-shaped trees can live to be 500 years old! They grow in zone 4-9 in full sun with deep, rich, moist loam that is well-drained. The Tulip Poplar is the most massive native tree in the Eastern United States, reaching heights of up to 70’ and a spread of 30’-40’. These trees are native from Connecticut down to Florida and as far west as Ohio. It is sporadic to find one west of the Mississippi River. Early settlers used the wood from the Tulip Poplar to make log cabins, canoes and ships, paper mills, and construction. Native Americans used them to treat a variety of infections. The Tulip Poplar is highly resistant to insects and diseases. It will attract hummingbirds, cardinals, and finches. This showy tree has been chosen to be the state tree of Kentucky, Indiana, and Tennessee. Tulip Poplar Seedlings are perfect for use as a shade tree and will be green during the spring and summer months. They will also produce small flowers that smell wonderful during the spring and bring birds to the area. In the fall, it will be bright shades of yellows that will transform your entire landscape. These grow to become several feet tall and also several feet wide.