If I had to guess I too would think poplar but your right LP there are so many varieties.
I would dig up a few of the young ones and put them in pots and see how they do but then again if you have a lot at your disposal than maybe just dig up a nice big clump of dirt with it and transplant see what happens. I find that if you take enough of the roots and dirt you usually end up lucky.
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