Populus × canadensis 'Aurea'
Populus × canadensis 'Aurea', common name Golden poplar, is a cultivar of a naturally occurring hybrid of Populus nigra and Populus deltoides. 'Aurea' is a vigorous, large deciduous tree to 25m or more, of broadly conical habit. Leaves ovate, bright golden-yellow in early summer,becoming greener in summer, but giving good yellow autumn colour. 'Aurea' has won the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
114.00 Location B8 Latitude; -38.401568929351 Longitude; 146.054588587135. This tree is an original Moss nursery specimen. This tree has had attention from an arbourist.
114.01 Location A8 Latitude; -38.401183340546 Longitude; 146.054650175142. This tree is an original Moss nursery specimen. This tree has had attention from an arbourist.
114.02 Location C8 Latitude; -38.402064808782 Longitude; 146.054628305885. Planted in 1984.
114.03 Location B2 Latitude;-38.401446000000 Longitude; 146.051104000000. Planted in 2019.
114.04 Location B2 Latitude; -38.401471000000 Longitude; 146.050934000000. Planted in 2019
114.05 Location B7 Latitude; -38.401542000000 Longitude; 146.053611000000. This tree is cutting of 114.02.