- Jan 14, 2014
Yes tulip poplar is pretty light, and there will be a notable difference between sapwood and heartwood. Poplar usually has a cream or tan colored sapwood with a greenish heartwood, but sometimes the heartwood can be dark brown or purple as well. Whereas Ash will usually be the same color throughout.Good to know. Any idea how I can tell the difference when I get there? Assuming tulip popular is lighter.
Diaebl that tree is a far size but I have some ash on my bush lot that makes that one look smallFirst thought poplar/tulip, second basswood, third ash (mighty big for ash).
Hi John, for his benefit I hope is ash. Assume your summer was good?Diaebl that tree is a far size but I have some ash on my bush lot that makes that one look small
and I am not far from you
It looks like ash to me
??? must be darn close only see the white pageHere is a close up of a fresh cut. If that helps anyone.
If this is an Ash it may have died before being infected with EABNot seeing trials in the wood under the bark?