A narrow, upright, twiggy tree that is native to the creeks and streams of the Great Basin area. Catkins in early spring appear before the narrow, shiny green leaves. The fall color is yellow. The bark is smooth when young, developing shallow furrows with age. It prefers moist soils and is shade intolerant.
- Common Name: Willow-leafed Poplar
- Height: 50' tall
- Spread: 20' wide
- Type: Deciduous
- Zone: 3 - 9