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Paskapoo Poplar (Populus balsamifera Paskapoo)

Landscape Use:
A small poplar for smaller urban yards.
An interesting winter plant with its lateral branching habit.
Very exotic look when in full leaf.
Likes full sun and a dry site.

Special Conditions:
Paskapoo Poplar is a Bow Point Nursery introduction, COPF registered.
A poplar which resolves all of the other poplar issues due to its dwarf characteristics and native drought tolerance.
Will not do well in wet sites, so do not irrigate.
Performs well in a mulched bed.
Will only sucker if the roots are disturbed.


Product Description

A dwarf poplar only 7m high and as wide.
Very lateral branching habit makes it resistant to spring snow damage.
Young wood dark red, tight buds with short internodes.
Shiny dark green leaf with a strong ‘balsam’ odor.
Very stumpy, dwarf characteristic.
Interesting male flower in the spring if you watch for it.