ann.markle at aya.yale.edu
Fri Jan 10 01:40:21 UTC 2020
Tulip poplar is the Indiana state tree, and we had a (relatively) young one
growing in our yard when I was growing up. Read Hidden Life of Trees last
fall and loved it; also loved the author's obvious love for “his” trees!
Maybe it’s an age thing, but I feel more and more connected to everything
alive, and my sense of “alive” keeps expanding, too.
On Thu, Jan 9, 2020 at 2:31 PM cantor03--- via Magdalen <
magdalen at herberthouse.org> wrote:
> Tulip trees and American Sycamores are tied for the largest North American
> angiosperm trees.
> Tulips are in the magnolia family, and if you watch carefully in the
> spring at the highbranches there are attractive yellow magnolia type
> flowers. I am very partial totulip trees because they are somewat exotic
> for me. They do not grow in the UpperMidwest, being supplanted, probably,
> by the American Linden which reaches itsbest development in Eastern
> Minnesota and Western Wisconsin likely becausethere are no tulip trees
> competing in those areas.
> In a message dated 1/9/2020 2:16:11 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> gracecan at gmail.com writes:
> There are some put at James Madison’s Montpelier that are absolutely
The Rev. Ann Markle
More information about the Magdalen