The Tulip tree, liriodendron, is probably one of the greatest honey-producing trees in the world.
I sat down upon a log—that same log of the liriodendron—and under the shade of a spreading dogwood-tree.
It was a triple-stemmed tulip-tree—the liriodendron Tulipiferum—one of the natural order of magnolias.
The liriodendron is more fortunate than some other trees, for it has several points of attractiveness.
These two trees—the elm and the liriodendron—stand out strongly as individuals in the wealth of our American trees.
The genus liriodendron contains only two species differing slightly in the leaves.
The most interesting plants were a Cyclocodon, liriodendron, Sanicula: 32 species were collected.
It is the height and spread of the liriodendron that keep its truly wonderful flowers out of the public eye.
Infusum liriodendri, L. From the bark of the tulip tree (liriodendron tulipifera).
The whitewood or tulip tree (liriodendron tulipifera) is a native of America and an acclimated tree in Europe.