white poplar


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white poplar

Herbal medicine
A deciduous tree that contains essential oil, glycosides, populin and tannins; it is analgesic, anti-inflammatory and antipyretic, and is used for rheumatic disease.
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In Britain it flourishes particularly in the South and South-West, producing huge, roughly spherical clumps high in trees ( generally apple, lime, white poplar or hawthorn, although two subspecies grow on firs, pines and larches.
Although sea buckthorn, white poplar and balsam poplar have all been planted to create shelter belts or stabilise this habitat, it is the mar ram grass that is the key on this coast.
The front of the house has the outlook over Wye and bridge, terraced lawns, gravel paths, rose borders, stone terrace, steps to the river bank and specimen trees including Gingko and white poplar.
Idaho pine, white poplar, and cottonwood are among Lewis' favorite working woods, but regardless of species he buys from a small horselogging and sawmill operation that is Idaho's lone certified supplier of sustainably harvested wood.
A legacy are the names of the letters of the Irish alphabet-eadha (white poplar) for e, idho (yew) for i, saille (willow) for s .
"High on a wooded hillside in Halfmoon, Vermont, in a dense grove of tall white poplars, a bald eagle majestically sits atop the highest of the poplar crowns.