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White poplar 'Lesznowska Topola' in the park of Karpinek, Leszno, Poland

 


Image by Piotr Gach

 

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Piotr Gach, at 2014-09-10 13:12:57, said:
No, unfortunately I don't know anything about trees that fell in PRL time :(.

Greetings,

Piotrek

Andrew Weber, at 2014-09-04 09:46:49, said:
Saturday, 6th September I will visit this poplar and then I will make a few more photos which could be on your site and you will see mentioned greatness of this tree. I can't wait for laser rangefinder, only if it hadn't been so expensive.. And I am really happy that I can see at least photos of Napoleon Oak or Lesznowska Topola (it's a pity that not Thick Fir from Babia Góra :). You don't know about trees which fell at the PRL time? I'm think that through 40years a few interesting Giants could end their lives, but only prof. Pacyniak was so keen on the trees to register them , it appears to me unbelieveable..

Best regards, AW

Piotr Gach, at 2014-09-04 08:04:15, said:
Thank you very much for your kind words about my RPDP website; see alsohttp://mojedrzewa.pl. As to your huge poplar from Zalesie - please attach it's photo (here or/and on RPDP website) if you have one. I am very interested how it looks like :).
Andrew Weber, at 2014-09-03 22:45:35, said:
Looking through your site [rpdp] I discovered interesting thing that 'my' poplar which I desribed in previous post, from Zalesie, may be the largest with crown that grows very highly - more than 10metres, maybe even 15, depending upon estimations.

That is why it should be found in new album of famous Krzysztof Borkowski's book, hopefully He will know about this great tree.. And I really recommend you to visit this place (obviously in future, maybe for a few years) because probably it is worth visiting. And I could feel like an adventurer discovering this poplar, but it is very important to desribe this tree as a natural monument, I will strive for this. Best regards and thanks for your work for dendrology! :)

Przeglądając ogromne topole białe na stroniehttp://www.rpdp.hostingasp.pl/Trees/UI/TreesList.aspx?mode=G&load=1&startFrom=101&uAcronym=&cf=&MY=1&OTH=1&NMC=&ATC=&ALV=1&NALV=1&INEU=1&OOEU=1&NAT=3&RLB=1&NRLB=1&STD=1&NSTD=1&ST=1&MTO130=1&MTU130=1&UT=0&HDN=0&gID=0&sID=0&ssID=0&cID=1&rID=0&ctID=0&cmID=0&lID=0&pID=0&CLA=1&CLB=1&CLC=1&CLD=0&INFOR=1&NINFOR=1&INURB=1&NINURB=1&INPRK=1&NINPRK=1 zauważyłem, że z topoli, które rozgałęziają się ok. lub powyżej 10 metrów to 'moja' topola z Zalesia jest najwieksza. W dodatku mogła rosnąć przez cały czas w otoczeniu 'konkurencji' klonów i dębów, dzięki czemu ma taką rozłozysta koronę i wielki wzrost (wysokość). Pan Krzysztof Borkowksi powinien w kolejnym albumie polskich drzew ją umieścić, bo naprawde warto. Zawsze można poczuć sie jak odkrywca, bo najwyraźniej wszyscy o tym drzewie zapomnieli, skoro nawet nie jest pomnikiem przyrody.. Polecam zobaczyć w przyszłości i dziekuję Panu za te wszystkie informacje o drzewach, odkąd odkyłem te wszystkie strony w I klasie liceum, to od razu chciałem mierzyć i fotografować. Dopiero w tym roku na poważnie, bo po maturze sporo czasu, ale to chyba dobry start. Najlepszego i kolejnych pięknych okazów! :):)

po angielsku napisałem też dla ćwiczenia języka, a trochę dziwnie to wygląda, przepraszam

Piotr Gach, at 2014-09-02 03:46:42, said:
I hope so, because the white poplar 18923 is also a very great tree! But there are some other candidates with similar (even greather) size in Poland, so we will have interesting competition in future :).

[Ja też mam taką nadzieję, bo kandydatka na następczynię rzeczywiście niczego sobie! Ale podobnych kondydatek jest więcej, więc zapowiada się ciekawa rywalizacja :).]

Andrew Weber, at 2014-09-01 23:57:42, said:
Really great tree, even in prof. Seneta's book it is.. poplars can be very monumental

Polecam w łódzkim regionie tę topolę białą: white poplar (Populus alba) '18923'

Może wytrzyma jeszcze ze 100 lat i będzie tak sławna jak lesznowska koleżanka.. :)

Piotr Gach, at 2011-11-13 11:39:54, said:
You're welcome :). I have always admired trees of this species. Thank you very much for this opinion.

Piotrek

Sisley, at 2011-11-13 11:33:18, said:
Tank you for this very amazing tree !!

I have never think that a white poplar can be a so big tree....

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Location: Karpinek, Warsaw

Specimen: white poplar
(Populus alba) "5031"

Tree species: white poplar
(Populus alba)

Coordinates:
52.255855, 20.574871
N52 15.3513 E20 34.49226
52° 15' 21.1" N, 20° 34' 29.5" E

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Name of the tree: Lesznowska Topola

Photographer: Piotr Gach
Uploaded on 2011-11-13 11:06:43

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