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What is the growth rate of a tulip tree?

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The Tulip tree has a fast growth rate, meaning it grows 25 inches or more per year. The Tulip tree reaches maturity at 70 to 90 feet high.

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What is the growth rate of a tulip tree?
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Also known as the Yellow Poplar, the Tulip tree has bright green leaves that resemble tulip flowers and turn golden yellow in fall. The tree sprouts greenish-yellow flowers on the higher branches, making it popular as an ornamental tree for landscaping. The tree does best in full sun, but can flourish in moist, sandy, well-drained or clay soils. The tree's spread reaches about 40 feet at maturity, and it maintains a rounded oval shape.

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