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Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.)

Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) Basics

Grows LikeTree
DurationPerennial
U.S. NativeNative to U.S.
PLANTS Invasive StatusN'EAST
National Wetland Indicator StatusFAC, FACW

Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) Morphology and Physiology

Active Growth PeriodSpring and Summer
AllelopathNo
BloatNone
C:N RatioHigh
Coppice PotentialYes
Fall ConspicuousNo
Flower ColorYellow
Foliage ColorGreen
Foliage Porosity SummerDense
Foliage Porosity WinterPorous
Foliage TextureMedium
Fruit Seed ColorWhite
Fruit Seed ConspicuousYes
Growth FormSingle Stem
Growth RateRapid
Height at 20 Years (Maximum feet)80
Height Mature feet190
Leaf RetentionNo
LifespanShort
Low Growing GrassNo
Resprout AbilityYes
ErectErect
ToxicityNone

Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) Growing Requirements

Adapted to Coarse Textured SoilsYes
Adapted to Fine Textured SoilsYes
Adapted to Medium Textured SoilsYes
Anaerobic ToleranceHigh
CaCO3 ToleranceMedium
Cold Stratification RequiredNo
Drought ToleranceMedium
Frost Free Days (Minimum)100
pH Minimum4.6
pH Maximum6.5
Planting Density per Acre (Minimum)170
Planting Density per Acre (Maximum)800
Precipitation Minimum20
Precipitation Maximum55
Root Depth (Minimum inches)24
Salinity ToleranceNone
Shade ToleranceIntolerant
Shade ToleranceIntolerant
Minimum Temperature (F)-43

Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) Reproduction

Bloom PeriodSpring
Commercial AvailabilityRoutinely Available
Fruit Seed AbundanceHigh
Fruit Seed Period BeginsSpring
Fruit Seed Period EndsSpring
Fruit Seed PersistancesNo
Propagated by Bare RootYes
Propagated by BulbsNo
Propagated by ContainerYes
Propagated by CormsNo
Propagated by CuttingsYes
Propagated by SeedYes
Propagated by SodNo
Propagated by SprigsNo
Propagated by TubersNo
Seed per Pound425000
Seed Spread RateRapid
Seedling VigorHigh
Seedling VigorHigh
Small GrainNo
Vegetative Spread RateSlow

Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) Edibility and Other Uses

Berry/Nut Seed ProductNo
Christmas Tree ProductNo
Fodder ProductNo
Fuelwood ProductLow
Lumber ProductYes
Naval Store ProductNo
Palatable to a Browse AnimalMedium
Palatable to a Grazing AnimalLow
Palatable to a HumanNo
Pulpwood ProductYes
Veneer ProductNo
CategoryDicot
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Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.)

Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) grows like a Tree. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is an Perennial. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is Native to U.S.. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) has a PLANTS Invasive Status of: N'EAST. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) has a National Wetland Indicator Status of: FAC, FACW. Spring and Summer is when Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is actively growing. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is not an allelopath. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) has a High C:N Ratio. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) has a coppice potential of Yes. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is not fall conspicuous. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) has a Yellow colored flower. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) has Green colored foliage. In the summertime, Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) has a Dense foliage porosity. In the wintertime, Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) has a Porous foliage porosity. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) has a Medium foliage texture. Seeds of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) are White. Seeds of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) are Yes conspicuous. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) grows as a Single Stem. The growth rate of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is Rapid. The maximum height of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) at 20 years is 80 feet. The mature height of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is 190 feet. The lifespan of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is Short. The shape and orientation of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is Erect. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is adapted to coarse textured soils. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is adapted to fine textured soils. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is adapted to medium textured soils. The anaerobic tolerance of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is High. The CaCO3 tolerance of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is Medium. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) does not require cold stratification. The drought tolerance of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is Medium. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) requires a minimum of 100 frost free days per year. The minimum pH of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is 4.6. The maximum pH of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is 6.5. The minimum planting density per acre of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is 170. The maximum planting density per acre of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is 800. The minimum Precipitation that Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) requires is 20. The maximum Precipitation that Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) can handle is 55. The minimum root depth of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is 24 inches. The salininty tolerance of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is None. The shade tolerance of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is Intolerant. The shade tolerance of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is Intolerant. The minimum temperature that Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) requires is -43. The bloom period of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is Spring. The commerical availability of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is Routinely Available. The fruit seed abundance of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is High. The fruit seed period of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) begins Spring. The fruit seed period of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) ends Spring. The fruit seed persistance of Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is No. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is propagated by bare roots. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is propagated by bulbs. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is propagated by container. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is not propagated by corms. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is propagated by cuttings. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is propagated by seed. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is not propagated by sod. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is not propagated by sprig. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is not propagated by tubers. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) can generally yield 425000 seeds per pound of seeds. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) has a Rapid seed spread rate. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) has a High seedling vigor. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) has a High seedling vigor. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) does not have a small grain. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) has a Slow vegatative spread rate. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) does not have a berry/nut seed product. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is not viable as a Christmas Tree. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) does not make a good fodder product. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) does not make a good fuel wood product. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) makes a good lumber product. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) does not make a naval store product. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is not palatable to browse animals. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is not palatable to grazing animals. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is not palatable to humans. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) makes a good pulpwood product. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) does not make a veneer product. Eastern Cottonwood (Populus Deltoides Bartr. Ex Marsh.) is of the category, Dicot.
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