Botanical Name: Populus X Canadensis
Height: 50 feet.
Spacing: 12 feet as a wind-break, 50 feet as a specimen tree.
Depth: Plant at stain on trunk.
Spread: 25 - 35 feet.
Sun/Shade: Full sun to partial shade.
Foliage: Golden Fall color.
Fruit: None produced.
Form: Deciduous. Oval.
Flower Form: Insignificant.
Soil Requirements: Any soil type including sandy, rocky, dry or moist.
Growth Rate: Fast browth rate. 4- 5 feet per year.
Pruning: Best pruning time is late Winter.
Comments: Plant away from waterlines, sidewalks, etc. as roots are invasive. Soak roots for a couple of hours before planting. Incorporate generous amounts of peat moss, compost, or well-rotted manure into the soil. Prone to ice damage. Commonly lives 20 - 30 years. (Fairly short lived). Water deeply once per week when rainfall is scanty. Very fast growing. Somewhat columnar shaped. Great planted as a windbreak. More insect and disease resistant than regular poplars. Can be used as a shade tree, or as a screen. Drought, salt, and pollution tolerantt. RESTRICTED STATES, AE, AK, GU, HI, PR.
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