There is no finer large tree for the American landscape than Liriodendron tulipifera (tulip tree) native to eastern North America from Canada to Florida.
Liriodendron tulipifera- another tulip tree like at Mimi's
Tulip Tree - Gardening in the Keystone State: The Color of Honey: by Tom Butzler
Tulip tree flowers (Liriodendron tulipifera) are excellent nectar sources for hummingbirds and honey bees. We have many, many tulip trees (yellow poplars) in Columbia, and the petals are all over the ground in late May.
Tulip Poplar flower is a source of spring nectar during the "honey flow" - a season or time of year for the bees!
The Tulip Tree. Interesting foliage and flowers. Lovely for a large garden or park.
Kenangan Masa Lalu
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Jefferson described the Tulip Poplar as "The Juno of our Groves" when he forwarded seeds to a Parisian friend, Madame de Tesse, in Two years later he noted planting a young tree west of the house at Monticello.
liriodendron tulipifera - tulip tree - purchased at First Seasons June Survived first winter (a hard one), grew 1 foot summer of
"Highlighting Spring" - A single tulip bud was anxiously awaiting the day it would open helped along by the warm spring sun. By Birds & Blooms Reader Kathy (Birdy for our February Photo Challenge, "Think Spring".