Siouxland Poplar

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Siouxland Poplar
Siouxland Poplar
Populus deltoides (Siouxland)
Flower
Mature
General Attributes
Type
Height
Spread
Form
Utility Lines
Growth Rate
Life Expectancy
USDA Zone
Root Pattern
Plant Community
Deciduous Tree
70 - 90 Feet
40 - 40 Feet
Rounded
Incompatible
Fast
Medium
3 - 5
Shallow Lateral
Sun
Orientation
Soil Texture
Topography
Plant Community
Succession
Origin
Flowers/Foliage/Fruits
Soils
Flower Color
Flower Season
Salt Spray Tolerance
Soil Salt Tolerance
Compaction Tolerance
Water Table
Drainage
Flood Tolerance
Drought Tolerance
Moisture Regime
pH
Spring
Fruit
Fruit Color
Fruit Season
Seedless
Summer Texture
Winter Texture
Coarse
Coarse
Spring Foliage
Summer Foliage
Green
Green
Fall Foliage
Winter Foliage
Yellow
Not Applicable
Windbreak Group
1
Full Sun
North, South, East, West
Sandy Loam to Clay
Upland, Lowland (Flood
Prone), Lowland (Stable
Water), Wetland
Forest, Savannah
Pioneer
North America
Tolerant
Tolerant
Tolerant
12 Inches
Poor, Excessive, Moderate
Dry, Moist, Wet
6.0 through 8.0
Siouxland Poplar
Populus deltoides (Siouxland)
Planting Ease
Maintenance
Spring Bareroot
Fall Bareroot
Easy
Difficult
Spring Seed
Fall Seed
Formal
Informal
2,4-D Tolerance
Dicamba Tolerance
Picloram Tolerance
Clopyralid Tolerance
Artificial Light
Sulfur Dioxide
Ozone Tolerance
Hydrogen Flouride
Nitrogen Oxide
Spring Container
Fall Container
Easy
Easy
Pests/Problems
Miscellaneous
Allergens
Invasiveness
Toxicity
Cold Injury
Storm Damage
Biological Control
Mechanical Control
Chemical Control
males 9, females 1
Non-Invasive
Not Susceptible
Susceptible
Wildlife Rating
Insect Concerns
Disease Concern
Wildlife Concerns
Moderate
Low
Sensitive
Sensitive
Sensitive
Sensitive
Tolerant
Sensitive
Low
Minor
Major
Comments
Good roadside tree. Seedless Cottonwood , that is a male selection from South Dakota State University. Susceptible to canker
after 18-20 years. Hardiness south of zone 4 is unknown.
Bark
Dormant
2