There are several distinct species of cottonwood, all within the genus Populus — the poplars. All are renowned for their phenomenal growth rates. They’re often grown for timber along riverbanks, and they can produce a large crop of wood in a span of 10-30 years. Under excellent conditions, some cottonwoods can grow 100 feet in height in just 15 years, and most reach complete maturity by 40 years.
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