Populus fremontii – Freemont Cottonwood, Poplar, Alamo cottonwood

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Fremont’s cottonwood is a native tree growing in riparian areas near streams, rivers and wetlands in the American Southwest.  Cottonwoods dominate the riparian forests of lower terrace deposits and stabilized gravel bars. Cottonwoods are found near water. Cottonwoods grow very rapidly when their roots are in contact with the permanent water table; they can grow as much as 12 to 18 feet in 3 years.

Populus fremontii – Cottonwood, Poplar, Alamo cottonwood

NRCS Plant guide

Sizes

L – Large Plug, 9″ deep (520 ml)
XD – 6x6x16″ (6.23 L)
W – Whips