Lanceleaf Cottonwood – 4 x 9.5″ Deep Pot
Populus x acuminata
The Lanceleaf cottonwood requires high soil moisture, as do other cottonwoods. It is a good tree to use in riparian areas, along waterways, or in low places where water consistently collects. The Lanceleaf variety has been used in several riparian restoration projects, including the Dry Creek restoration project in the St. Vrain Valley. It establishes best in hardiness zones 3-8. Due to its growth habit, it can be a structurally sound, unique and shapely selection for more moist planting sites. Lanceleaf Cottonwoods can reach 60′ tall.
Stock from Colorado FruitScapes in Castle Rock, CO.
20 in stock