Our first example is the white poplar (Populus alba), a large tree frequently seen in abundance in most woods.
The white poplar is the first tree that God created, he said.
It is often divided commercially, according to color, into "white poplar" and "yellow poplar."
An additional point in favour of white poplar for the latter purpose is its unreadiness to burn.
The trunk is large, and very like that of the white poplar, and its leaf is like that of the elm.
It is sometimes called aspen, popple, white poplar, and large poplar.
Take bark of white poplar root, boil it thick, and add a little spirit, and then lay it on the stomach.
What have you in Andalusia that shines in the sun like that white poplar yonder?
The weeping varieties of these two Aspens are frequently grafted on the white poplar, which is not a suitable stock.
The white poplar (Populus alba) is an exception, as this can only be increased by root-cuttings.