The best known poplar! Widely used and cultivated in cities and along river courses, banks, lakes... in groups or as a specimen.
Deciduous tree between 10-25m tall, with gray bark and fissures in the older ones. Rounded leaves with a toothed margin, pointed and large, green that change color as autumn enters. Spike-shaped and pendulous flowering.
Much appreciated for its wood and its febrifuge and antiscorbutic medicinal properties.