Populus x canescens

Populus euramericana
P. deltoides x P. nigra
Grey Poplar
Carolina poplar
Canadian poplar

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USA 2010-19

2010 - 2013
21.7
unknown
Alabama (AL)
Mississippi (MS)
South Carolina (SC)
2010 - 2013
21.7
unknown
Alabama (AL)
Mississippi (MS)
South Carolina (SC)
2010 - 2013
21.7
unknown
Alabama (AL)
Mississippi (MS)
South Carolina (SC)

USA 2000-09

2005 - 2010
1
unknown
New York (NY)
2006 - 2007
7.5
unknown
Oregon (OR)
2006 - 2007
0.25
unknown
Oregon (OR)
2009 - 2012
2
unknown
Kansas (KS)

"White Poplar hybridises with the closely related Common Aspen Populus tremula; the resulting hybrid, known as Grey Poplar (Populus × canescens), is intermediate between its parents, with a thin grey downy coating on the leaves, which are also much less deeply lobed than White Poplar leaves. It is a very vigorous tree with marked hybrid vigour, reaching 40 m tall and over 1.5 m trunk diameter (much larger than either of its parents). Most Grey Poplars in cultivation are male, but female clones are occasionally found." (Rushforth, K. (1999). Trees of Britain and Europe. quoted in Wikipedia)