Once we have in mind the form of the leaf of the tulip tree, we shall never forget it, for it is different from all other leaves.
True to her word, Aunt Molly had him laid under the tulip tree.
Rays all fine but somewhat less distinct than in tulip tree.
The trees in the park are all full of flowers, like the tulip tree and the chestnut in bloom.
The tulip tree there has reached a height of 105 feet, with a girth of 17 feet.
The wood used in the brick and frame houses here is of the tulip tree, which is abundant, worked easily, and lasts long.
The cones of the tulip tree do not set free their seeds, as those of the magnolias do.
"Bury me under the tulip tree on top of the hill overlooking the Rivanna," begged one of the sick British officers.
Presently the gloom of the hemlocks was over us, and in the midst of the shadowy green a tulip tree flaunted its leaves.
Perched on the top of the maple, oak, and tulip tree, the robin poured forth his morning song.