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Gaver Hybrid Poplar Setts

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The details

Populus C canadensis 'Gaver'

Ready to Root Setts
  • Extremely vigorous!
  • Fast screening & biomass fuel.
  • Sizes: Unrooted setts.
  • Max. Height: 30m
  • Bareroot Delivery Only: Nov-Mar.
Choose a plant formWhat to expect
Choose a size
60/80 cm
11 - 49
50 - 249
250 +
£ 3.78
£ 3.18
£ 2.82


Populus Gaver - Ready to Root Setts

Delivered by Mail Order Direct from our Nursery with a Year Guarantee

This super vigorous, disease resistant hybrid poplar is one of the fastest growing screening plants around; in good conditions, it can hit 15 metres in 5 years! It is often planted for harvesting as biomass fuel. It is superior to the other well known hybrid poplar, Robusta, which we no longer sell. 

Poplars are classic shelterbelt trees because they grow so fast and tend to produce suckering stems from their roots, especially if they are pruned at all or grazed by animals.

Browse our variety of large trees or our full range of trees.

Growing Hybrid Poplar Setts

Any moist soil is fine, including on the coast, but dry, sandy sites are not suitable. Simply push the sett into the earth so that it is half buried, with the coloured end on top.
Your trees will reach 20-25 metres when fully grown.

What to expect

Bareroot plants


Bareroot plants have no soil around the roots. They are light, easy to carry and plant.

Perfect for Winter

The ground tends to be wet in winter, ideal for planting bareroot plants.

Value for money

You pay less for the same size bareroot plants, compared to potted.


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