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    tulip tree - American tulip tree - tulipwood - tuliptree - tulip poplar - whitewood - yellow-poplar - tulip magnolia (Liriodendron tulipifera) bot. - tulipier de Virginie, m - arbre aux lis, m (Liriodendron tulipifera)

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    https://www.tela-botanica.org/bdtfx-nn-39505-...

     Arbre aux lis

    Liriodendron tulipifera L. Magnoliaceae

     ... Description Baseflor :

    Type Biologique : ()

    Formation végétale : magnophanérophytaie

    Chorologie : introduit (Amér. du nord or.)

    Couleur de la fleur : blanc

    Macule : rose

       Pollinisation : entomogame

    Julve, Ph., 2021 ff. - Baseflor. Index botanique, écologique et chorologique de la flore de France. Version : 27 avril 2021. ...


    https://www.jardindupicvert.com/arbres/588-tu...

       Tulipier de Virginie

    Liriodendron tulipifera

    Cet arbre, à croissance rapide, pouvant atteindre 50 m dans son milieu naturel, a des feuilles caractéristiques, lobées, à extrémité tronquée. Les fleurs en forme de tulipe sont jaune verdâtre avec une base orangé. Il ne fleurit qu'au bout de 10 à 15 ans et a besoin de beaucoup d'eau.

    Plantation

    Exposition soleil, mi-ombre, rusticité rustique (t° mini : -15°), type de sol normal, richesse du sol normal, humidité du sol frais à humide, ph du sol neutre, tous ...


    https://www.aujardin.info/plantes/liriodendro...

     Tulipier de Virginie, Arbre aux lis, Liriodendron tulipifera

    Utilisé en marquèterie ou pour le lamellé, le tulipier de Virginie est également un arbre ornemental de valeur. De grande taille, il montre une élégance naturelle mise en valeur en isolé, associée à une floraison étonnante et parfumée.

     ... Le tulipier de Virginie, Liriodendron tulipifera, est un arbre magnifique appartenant à la famille des Magnoliacées. Originaire d’Amérique du nord, il se rencontre surtout au sud-est et centre-ouest du continent, souvent dans les milieux ouverts en bordure de cours d’eau sur les ripisylves. ...


    https://www.plantes.ca/arbres/famille/liriode...

     Tulipier de Virginie - Liriodendron tulipifera

    Liriodendron tulipifera - Arbre aux lis

     .. Le tulipier de Virginie est un petit arbre cultivé pour les fleurs parfumées qu'il produit, et son port pyramidal. C'est un arbre à croissance moyenne qu'on plante en plein soleil ou à la mi-ombre dans un sol riche, profond, neutre à légèrement acide, et bien drainé. Le feuillage caduc vert sombre est fait de larges feuilles à quatre lobes pointus qui deviennent jaunes doré à l'automne. ...


    https://www.vdberk.fr/arbres/liriodendron-tul...

     Magnoliaceae

    Liriodendron tulipifera

    Tulipier de Virginie

    Arbre à croissance rapide dont le tronc est rectiligne. Sa couronne est, tout d'abord, élancée et devient conique par la suite. Les branches des spécimens plus âgés s'étalent, formant ainsi une large … continuer la lecture

    Caractéristiques principales      

    Hauteur:      20 - 25 (35) m, croissance rapide

    Couronne:   ovale, Couronne semi-ouverte, grillig groeiend

    Fleurs:      jaune, orange, fleurs en juin

    Couleur d'automne:      Jaune ...


    https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liriodendron_tu...

     Le tulipier de Virginie ou arbre aux lis (Liriodendron tulipifera) est un arbre feuillu de la famille des Magnoliacées originaire du sud et de l'est des États-Unis 1.

    Description

    Dans son habitat d'origine, il s'élève de 50 à 60 m (moins en Europe) et peut y vivre jusqu'à 500 ans (environ 300 ans en Europe). Son tronc peut atteindre 2 ou 3 mètres de diamètre1.

    Il se distingue avant tout par sa feuille (10 à 16 cm). Celle-ci, caduque, simple, alterne comporte 4 lobes avec une échancrure nette. Le pétiole mesure jusqu'à 10 cm. Elle est jaune-vert au printemps et en été, jaune en automne1.

    La fleur, hermaphrodite, est solitaire, dressée, comporte 9 tépales (pétales et sépales indifférenciés) dont 3 sépales vert clair entourant 6 pétales évoluant de vert très clair à blanc, jaune orangé à la base et légèrement odorante. Sa forme la fait ressembler à une tulipe, d'où le nom de l'espèce1. La floraison se fait entre mai-juin-juillet selon le climat. ...


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liriodendron_tu...

     Liriodendron tulipifera—known as the tulip tree, American tulip tree, tulipwood, tuliptree, tulip poplar, whitewood, fiddletree, and yellow-poplar—is the North American representative of the two-species genus Liriodendron (the other member is Liriodendron chinense), and the tallest eastern hardwood. It is native to eastern North America from Southern Ontario and possibly southern Quebec to Illinois eastward to southwestern Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and south to central Florida and Louisiana. It can grow to more than 50 m (160 ft) in virgin cove forests of the Appalachian Mountains, often with no limbs until it reaches 25–30 m (80–100 ft) in height, making it a very valuable timber tree. The tallest individual at the present time (2021) is one called the Fork Ridge Tulip Tree at a secret location in the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. Repeated measurements by laser and tape-drop have shown it to be 191' 10" (58.49 meters) in height.[4] It is the tallest tree in eastern North America.

    It is fast-growing, without the common problems of weak wood strength and short lifespan often seen in fast-growing species. April marks the start of the flowering period in the Southern United States (except as noted below); trees at the northern limit of cultivation begin to flower in June. The flowers are pale green or yellow (rarely white), with an orange band on the tepals; they yield large quantities of nectar. The tulip tree is the state tree of Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee. ...


    https://www.vdberk.co.uk/trees/liriodendron-t...

     Magnoliaceae

    Liriodendron tulipifera

    Tulip tree, Tulip poplar, Yellow poplar

    Fast-growing tree with a dead straight trunk. The crown is narrow early on but later develops to conical. In old specimens the branches spread to form a broad oval crown. The trunk is light grey to gr… Read more ...

    Important properties

    Height:      20 - 25 (35) m, fast growing

    Crown:      oval, half-open crown, capricious growing

    Leaf:      4-lobed, green, 8 - 15 cm long, 9 - 18 cm wide

    Flowers:      tulip-shaped, green with yellow and orange, June/July

    Autumn colour:   yellow ...


    https://www.britannica.com/plant/tulip-tree

     ... tulip tree, (Liriodendron tulipifera), also called yellow poplar or whitewood, North American ornamental and timber tree of the magnolia family (Magnoliaceae), order Magnoliales, not related to the true poplars.

    The tulip tree occurs in mixed-hardwood stands in eastern North America. It is taller than all other eastern broad-leaved trees, and its trunk often has a diameter greater than 2 metres (7 feet). The tulip tree can attain a height of 60 metres (197 feet). Its long-stemmed bright green leaves are bilaterally two- to four-lobed, with tips that are straight-edged or broadly notched. They turn golden yellow in the fall and have large appendages (stipules) at the base of the leafstalks; the stipule scars encircle the twigs. The large yellowish green tuliplike flowers have six petals, orange at the base, and three bright green sepals. ...


    https://sheffields.com/seeds-for-sale/liriode...

     Whitewood, Tuliptree, Tulip Poplar, Yellow Poplar, American Tulip Tree, Tulip Magnolia Liriodendron tulipifera

     ... In a Nutshell:

    * The tulip tree is one of the largest of the native trees of the eastern United States, known to reach the height of 190 feet (58 m), with a trunk 10 feet (3 m) in diameter, its ordinary height is 70 feet (21 m) to 100 feet (30 m). It prefers deep, rich, and rather moist soil, it is common, though not abundant, nor is it solitary. ...


    https://www.backyardecology.net/tulip-poplars...

     ... The tulip poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera), a.k.a. yellow poplar, tulip tree, or tulip magnolia, is a common and important part of our forests. Despite the name, tulip poplars aren’t poplars. Instead, the tulip poplar is in the magnolia family and is part of a genus that only has two species – the other species is found in China.

    Tulip poplars play an important role in our forest ecosystems. They grow relatively quickly and can reach heights of over 100 feet. Songbirds commonly nest in the tall branches. ...


    https://campustrees.umn.edu/tulip-tree

     ...  Family: Magnoliaceae

    Latin Name: Liriodendron tulipifera

    Common Name(s): Tulip Poplar, Tulip Tree, Tulip Magnolia

     ... Description:   Tulip poplars are very unusual trees in Minnesota, as they are only just barely hardy. Its leaves are unusually shaped and resemble t-shirts, with 4-6 sharp lobes and a shallow v-notch at the leaf’s tip. They are simple and alternate, with smooth surfaces, dark green above and pale whitish below. The flowers resemble tulips, hence the common name, and are light green to yellow. They can be difficult to see because unlike many other trees in the Magnolia family, the flowers develop after the tree has leafed out. Desiccated flowers remain on the tree in the fall. ...


    https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?...

      Liriodendron tulipifera L.

    Tulip Tree, Tulip Poplar, Yellow Poplar

    Magnoliaceae (Magnolia Family)

    Synonym(s):

    USDA Symbol: LITU

    USDA Native Status: L48 (N), CAN (N)

     One of the tallest and most beautiful eastern hardwoods, with a long, straight trunk, a narrow crown that spreads with age, and large showy flowers resembling tulips or lilies. A tall, straight, deciduous tree, up to150 ft. tall (sometimes taller), tuliptree has a medium to narrow crown and distinctive, star-shaped foliage. The leaves are waxy and smooth, and dependably turn bright gold in fall. Showy, yellow-orange, tulip-like flowers are often missed because they are up 50 ft. or higher in the tops of trees. Cone-shaped seedheads remain after leaves have fallen. ...


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