Tulip popular honey is delicious on homemade bread
Enjoy Bee America’s tulip popular honey
A tulip popular tree in bloom in May
Tulip poplar blossom
Tulip poplar trees are the tallest hardwood species of the eastern North American forest-often reaching heights over 150 feet.
The tulip poplar, also called yellow poplar or tuliptree, is a native deciduous tree in the eastern United States.
Thomas Jefferson referred to tulip poplar trees as the "Juno (ancient Roman goddess) of our groves" for its striking, golden yellow autumn color; its showy, orange and green, tulip-like flowers; and its curiously-shaped leaves and rapid growth.
Tulip poplar trees were used by Eastern Native Americans to construct dugout canoes because of the tree's fine grain and large trunk size.
Tulip poplar trees are named for their large flowers, which superficially resemble tulips, but are actually are closely related to magnolias.
You will be amazed at how quickly this delicious vegetable dish comes together—it is so easy that you won’t want to share the recipe with friends and family for fear of giving away your secret. They will think it is much harder to make than it actually is…so shhh, let’s keep it between us.
Total time: 1 hour, 10 minutes
Prep time: 10 minutes