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      Populus nigra
    Black Poplar
       Deciduous Tree
HEIGHT:70 - 90 feet
SPREAD:10 - 15 feet
DISTINCTIONS:Leaves are green on both sides; bark becomes ridged and furrowed with age.
LIMITATIONS:Weak-wooded; branches may break in strong winds and with ice and snow loads.
ORIGIN:Europe, Asia, northwest Africa
CULTIVARS:‘Italica’ Lombardy poplar; narrow, columnar canopy; grows to 90' tall and 15' wide; commonly available commercially; hardy in SE Alaska (Zone 4).
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