Tulip Poplar Recipes

Tulip Poplar Roasted Root Vegetables

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...

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Tulip Poplar Lemonade

This is a wonderful beverage for hot summer days - it has just the right amount of sweetness to be refreshing without being overly sweet. It's addicting!

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Tulip Poplar Honey

Tulip Poplar 3 oz.
$5.95 In stock
Harvested from our neighborhood grove of tulip poplar trees overlooking the Potomac River in Maryland, this rare honey is a rich, amber color that is mild in flavor. The tulip poplar is a magnificently tall tree producing delicate lemon-lime-colored flowers with an orange center. Native Americans used its timber for canoes and early American settlers used it for shipbuilding, paper mills and construction. Rich in antioxidants, this robust honey can serve as a sugar substitute in baking or as a sweetener in sauces for roasting meat or grilling fish.

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Tulip Poplar

Harvested from our neighborhood grove of tulip poplar trees overlooking the Potomac River in Maryland, this rare honey is a rich, amber color that is mild in flavor. The tulip poplar is a magnificently tall tree producing delicate lemon-lime-colored flowers with an orange center. Native Americans used its timber for canoes and early American settlers used it for shipbuilding, paper mills and construction. Rich in antioxidants, this robust honey can serve as a sugar substitute in baking or as a sweetener in sauces for roasting meat or grilling fish.

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Have you ever seen a Tulip Poplar?

Tulip popular honey is delicious on homemade bread


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Did you know?

The tulip poplar, also called yellow poplar or tuliptree, is a native deciduous tree in the eastern United States.