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The park is populated by tulip poplars, American beech, oaks, white pine, sycamores, box elders, and red maples, among other species.
The yellow, orange and red of trees such as walnut, tulip poplar, other maples and beech and birch show up next, and the season ends with the darker reds and browns of oaks.
After several months of research and developing designs, Kroner built his tree house 45 feet up in the air straddled between a sycamore and tulip poplar.
The lack of drought should also be favorable for trees like tulip poplar, which tend to drop their leaves early and are sensitive to dry conditions, Neufeld said.
The nest at the Arboretum, situated high in a tulip poplar in the Azalea Collection, offers easy fishing access in the nearby river.
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