Nebraska’sState treeByLauren Brott
Name and Year Nebraska’s state tree is the cottonwood (populus deltoides).The cottonwood became the state tree in 1972.
HeightCottonwoods     can reach up to eighty feet in height.
LocationIt is found throughout the state,but grows best near rivers andstreams.
SeedsWhite fibers that look like cotton are attached to the seeds and spring breezes can blow them for miles.
ReferencesNebraska.govNebraskahistory.orgStatesymbolsusa.org
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  1. 1. Nebraska’sState treeByLauren Brott
  2. 2. Name and Year Nebraska’s state tree is the cottonwood (populus deltoides).The cottonwood became the state tree in 1972.
  3. 3. HeightCottonwoods can reach up to eighty feet in height.
  4. 4. LocationIt is found throughout the state,but grows best near rivers andstreams.
  5. 5. SeedsWhite fibers that look like cotton are attached to the seeds and spring breezes can blow them for miles.
  6. 6. ReferencesNebraska.govNebraskahistory.orgStatesymbolsusa.org

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