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Get to know about a larch tree and its types with pictures. What does it look like, where and how fast does it grow, how long does it live, what are its uses
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Weeping Larch (Larix decidua 'Pendula')
Gajensen saved to Trees - Small to Medium
If you love evergreen trees but also appreciate colorful fall foliage, consider the larch. This tree looks like a pine or spruce in spring and summer with its tall form, short green needles, and small cones. But in autumn, larch’s soft, feathery needles turn bright golden yellow then fall off to reveal its architectural branching pattern. These coniferous trees, which vary in size by species and cultivar, thrive in areas with cool summers and cold winters. They prefer moist or boggy soil.
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Beth Pearce saved to Left coast
Trees are among the oldest living organisms on the planet. Some individual trees have lived for several thousand years, and connected groves of trees can sometimes live for tens of thousands of years. Living that long requires a combination of steady climate, solitude, luck and of course, genetics. Some tree species consistently outlive the others. Based on tree rings (which form at the rate of one per year), these are the longest-lived tree species.
Lester Dore saved to Trees
If you want to know how to grow and care for your larch tree, we have just the right information for you! Find out all you need to know.
Sue MacPherson saved to Collingwood garden
Larch (larix, larix decidua) larch tree лиственница
Lauren Croft saved to Pinaceae - The Pine Family
The conifer that changes with the seasons.
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