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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Populus 'Balsam Spire'Tacatricho 32SalicaceaeP. 'TT32', P. 'Tacatricho 32'03
Populus albaWhite PoplarSalicaceae 12
Populus angustifoliaNarrowleaf CottonwoodSalicaceae 12
Populus balsamiferaBalsam Poplar, Black cottonwoodSalicaceaeP. tacamahacca13
Populus ciliataHimalayan PoplarSalicaceae 02
Populus deltoidesEastern Cottonwood, Plains cottonwood, Rio Grande cottonwood, Necklace PoplarSalicaceae 22
Populus deltoides moniliferaPlains CottonwoodSalicaceaeP. deltoides occidentalis. P. sargentii. Dode.12
Populus deltoides wislizeniiRio Grande CottonwoodSalicaceaeP. wislizenii. S.Wats.21
Populus euphratica Salicaceae 01
Populus fremontiiCottonwood, Fremont cottonwood, Fremont Poplar, Western CottonwoodSalicaceae 12
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