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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by awayneward, Jul 19, 2004.
I need help identifying what type of tree this is from. Thank you
It's a poplar tree.
A tulip tree, per my husband.
Looks like the ones in our yard.
Outstanding, I really appreciate your help.
Tulip - we have those all over in my yard. Fast growing, strong tree.
Definitely a tulip tree leaf.
They are commonly call Tulip, but actually they are a Magnolia tree.
this is another picture of the tree...
Camland - just checkin back on Lawnsite before we hit the rack.
Gotta questions for you. How the H-E-|_ |_ did you get a picture of a flower that is 70ft up in the air?
Nice picture though - don't ya wish they were lower so they can be enjoyed.
At least our deck is up higher & the trees are on a lower level of the yard so we can see the flowers.