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Siouxland Poplar TreePopulus deltoides 'Siouxland'

  • Siouxland Poplar Tree

    Siouxland Poplar Tree

  • Siouxland Poplar Tree

    Siouxland Poplar Tree

  • Siouxland Poplar Tree

    Siouxland Poplar Tree

  • Siouxland Poplar Tree
  • Siouxland Poplar Tree
  • Siouxland Poplar Tree

* Images shown are of mature plants

Siouxland Poplar TreePopulus deltoides 'Siouxland'

Shade Trees

Expansive tree with beautiful dark green foliage

  • Seedless variety leaves area mess-free

  • Very hardy and tolerant of poor growing conditions

  • Fast growing to fill bare landscapes

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Mes-Free, Disease-Resistant Poplar Tree

A seedless variety, the Siouxland Poplar Tree is a great choice for those who want a mess-free environment. The foliage is a crisp dark green in the summer before turning to a nice golden color in the fall. Excellent as a windbreak, you can hear the leaves trembling in the wind.

Compared to other poplar trees, the Siouxland has slightly larger foliage that is also rust-resistant. It’s extremely hardy and tolerant of poor growing conditions, drought, and moist areas. Oval in shape upon maturity, it grows into a large standout tree for expansive properties.

Poplar trees are native to most of North America, and the Siouxland Poplar Tree was first introduced in South Dakota. It’s well suited for northern climates and grows quite quickly to fill up a bare landscape. Thanks to its large canopy, it works as a great shade tree and in open settings.

Add a new sweeping canopy to your property with the Siouxland Poplar Tree. Order yours online today!

Planting & Care

1. Planting:  Choose a location that receives full sun to partial shade and ideally has well-drained soil, though it is tolerant of many soil conditions. Be sure to account for the size of the mature tree, as it can grow to be 90 ft. high and 40 ft. wide. It also has an extensive root system, so place it away from houses, sidewalks, and other structures.

Prior to planting, mix compost into your soil. Hold the tree straight while you backfill the hole. After planting, add a layer of mulch to help conserve soil and prevent weeds. 

FGT Tip: If you are experiencing extreme temperatures or a severe drought, it’s suggested that you place your tree in the shade, or plant it in a well-shaded area in your lawn.

2. Watering: Water deeply right after planting. Regularly water the plant until established. No supplemental water is required for mature trees.

3. Fertilizing: Use a balanced slow-release fertilizer while the tree is young, adding it annually in the spring. Avoid placing the fertilizer right at the tree’s roots to avoid burning it.

4. Pruning: The Siouxland Poplar Tree requires annual pruning to maintain its pyramidal shape. Prune in later winter, as pruning in warm weather leaves the tree susceptible to pests and diseases. 

Shipping Details

Estimated Shipping Time: Most orders ship immediately. As noted on the website, some items are seasonal, and may only ship in spring or fall. Once your order is shipped, you'll receive an email with a tracking number.

Amount of Order Shipping Charge
Less than $49 $19.95

Product Details

Mature Height: 90 ft.
Mature Width: 40 ft.
Sunlight: Full-Partial Sun
Growth Rate: Fast
Botanical Name: Populus deltoides 'Siouxland'
Does Not Ship To: AZ,OR
Grows Well In Zones: 3-3 outdoors
Your Growing Zone: #

Growing Zones: 3-3 outdoors

(hardy down to -30℉)

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