Gray poplar

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Wood from the tree, Populus canescens, that is native to Europe. Originally developed as a hybrid between white poplar and Aspen, the gray poplar has a light yellow wood that is tough. Its fine texture resembles Maple. Gray poplar is used for cabinetry, furniture and flooring.

Synonyms and Related Terms

Populus canescens; peuplier grisard (Fr.); álamo cano (Esp.); choupo cinzento (Port.); grey poplar