The Tulip-tree, one of the most desirable of deciduous trees, is of pyramidal habit with fiddle-shaped leaves and tulip-shaped flowers. It makes a handsome avenue tree, being clean of stem and of smooth foliage, turning bright-yellow in the Fall. It must have rich bottom 'and and a sheltered situation to do well.

Propagate by seeds sown, in the Fall or as soon as ripe, in the open ground. Cover the seeds to the depth of one-quarter of an inch.