yellow poplar is fairly stiff and elastic, but is not often selected on account of those qualities.
The fronts should be of oak, but the other parts of yellow poplar.
This often happens with red cedar and sometimes with black walnut, yellow poplar, and cherry.
As a vehicle wood, yellow poplar is not a competitor of oak and hickory.
By lumbermen it is usually known as yellow poplar, or more often shortened to poplar.
It is frequently substituted for yellow poplar in panels, not only in furniture and cabinet work, but in carriage bodies.
Commercial value: The wood is commercially known as whitewood and yellow poplar.
Next to the yellow poplar, the cucumber tree is the most important species of the magnolia family, at least as a source of lumber.
It is often divided commercially, according to color, into "white poplar" and "yellow poplar."
The physical properties of the wood of yellow poplar fit it for many purposes but not for all.