Lombardy poplar


Lom·bar·dy poplar

noun \ˈläm-ˌbär-dē-, -bər-\

Definition of LOMBARDY POPLAR

:  a poplar of a staminate variety (Populus nigra italica) of a European poplar having a columnar shape and strongly ascending branches

Origin of LOMBARDY POPLAR

Lombardy, Italy
First Known Use: 1766

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