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Named after its white, fluffy seeds with cottony hairs, the Black Cottonwood is the largest of the North American poplars.
The Black Cottonwood's trunk has a straight growth pattern as well as sticky, fragrant buds.
Historically, the waxy resin inside these buds have been used by First Nations people to treat sore throats, coughs and lung infections.
Black Cottonwoods need ample moisture and nutrients to grow successfully and are typically found west of the Rocky Mountains.
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