balsam poplar(redirected from Populus candicans)
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A poplar tree of northern North America (Populus balsamifera) having ovate leaves and large buds coated with a sticky, fragrant resin. Also called tacamahac.
(Plants) a poplar tree, Populus balsamifera, of NE North America, having resinous buds and broad heart-shaped leaves. See also tacamahac
a North American poplar, Populus balsamifera, having sticky resinous buds and shiny ovate leaves; tacamahac.