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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
SalicaceaePopulus ×canadensisHybrid Black Poplar, 'Carolina Poplar'Disturbed areas.A hybrid of a New World species and an Old World species.
SalicaceaePopulus ×canescensGray PoplarRoadsides, disturbed areas.Native of Europe. Occurs at scattered locations in TN, n. GA (Jones & Coile 1988), se. PA (Rhoads & Block 2007), and NC, SC, and VA (Kartesz 1999). See Poindexter (2006).image of plant
SalicaceaePopulus ×jackiiBalm-of-GileadBottomlands, riverbanks, streambanks, spread from cultivation.P. ×jackii is locally abundant along the New River in Watauga, Ashe, and Alleghany counties, NC and downstream into VA.image of plant
SalicaceaePopulus ×smithii{habitat}.South to MD and WV
SalicaceaePopulus albaSilver Poplar, White PoplarDisturbed areas, roadsides, forest edges, suburban woodlands.Native of Europe.image of plant
SalicaceaePopulus balsamiferaBalsam Poplar, Hackmatack, TacamahacFloodplains, disturbed areas. Occurring further north in a variety of habitats such as depressions, drainages, river bottoms, spruce-aspen forests, or on well-drained sites atop glacial deposits.NL (Labrador) and AK south to PA, WV, OH, IN, IL, IA, SD, CO, ID, and OR; scattered farther south by introduction. Ranges south to s. PA (Rhoads & Block 2007), e. and c. KY (Clark et al. 2005), and to VA (according to Kartesz 1999). Also reported for n. GA (Jones & Coile 1988) and provisionally for SC (Kartesz 1999), but apparently based on a specimen from cultivation. Many of the attributions of this species to states in our area are based on misidentifications.image of plant
SalicaceaePopulus deltoides ssp. deltoidesEastern CottonwoodRiverbanks, bottomland forests (not found along blackwater streams), river bars, rarely weedy in upland situations.QC west to MN, south to n. peninsular FL, Panhandle FL, and TX.image of plant
SalicaceaePopulus deltoides ssp. moniliferaPlains Cottonwood, Texas CottonwoodBottomland forests, swamps, marshes, moist disturbed areas.QC west to BC, south to PA, OH, IN, IL, MO, nc. TX, NM, ID, and OR.image of plant
SalicaceaePopulus grandidentataBigtooth AspenDry, rocky, upland forests, old fields, forest edges, mesic forests.NS west to MN, south to w. NC, ne. GA, sc. TN, and n. MO.image of plant
SalicaceaePopulus heterophyllaSwamp CottonwoodBlackwater and brownwater swamp forests, tidal swamp forests, depression ponds, interdune ponds.CT west to MI, south to Panhandle FL and LA, scattered and irregular in distribution, absent from the Appalachians.image of plant
SalicaceaePopulus nigraBlack Poplar, Lombardy PoplarDisturbed suburban areas.Native of s. Europe. Cultivated in various forms, especially the columnar ‘Lombardy Poplar’; short-lived and weakly spreading to disturbed areas in the vicinity of plantings, especially by root sprouts (Diamond 2013).image of plant
SalicaceaePopulus tomentosaChinese White PoplarNative of China; reported for ne. LA (Kartesz 2022).
SalicaceaePopulus tremuloidesQuaking AspenHeath balds, rocky woodlands, exposed rock outcrops, clearings, floodplains.NL (Labrador) west to AK, south to NJ, n. VA, nw. NC (where perhaps not native), WV, MO, and (in the Rockies) to TX and s. Mexico.image of plant

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