European Larch 2 year old, 10-20" Seedlings

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European Larch, 2 year old, 10-20" Seedlings

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European Larch

Larix decidua

The European Larch is a long-lived and faster growing member of the Larch family.  However, unlike most conifers which keep their color and needles year round, the green needles on these turn to a beautiful yellow and orange in autumn.  The needles then fall off at the end of the season.  In spring, soft new green growth emerges and the cycle starts over once again.  Consider an American Tamarack for your wetter areas.

  • Zones
    3 to 7
  • Soil Type
    Clay, Loamy & Sandy soils
  • Site Selection
    Full Sun to Part Shade
  • Mature Height & Width
    60-70' Height and 20-30' Spread
  • Growth Rate
    Moderate - 12-18" per year on average
  • Moisture Requirements
    Average to moist but well drained soil types

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The European Larch is also sometimes known as the Common Larch.

The European Larch is a large conifer that holds a special secret.  Unlike most other conifers who are also evergreens, the European Larch's needles turn a beautiful color in fall and ultimately drop off the tree.  The silhouette is interesting in form with large sweeping branches during the winter months.  In spring, new soft green foliage emerges and the entire process starts again.  These larches are long lived and have been known to live to be 500+ years old.  This larch makes a good choice for your low lying areas that dry out once in a while.  This tree will grow well in upland areas as well.

Common uses for the European Larch:

  • Specimen tree with unique foliage
  • Fall color, needles turn yellow before falling
  • Naturalizing lowland areas around wetlands

The European Larch has minimal wildlife value.  However, Grouse will eat the foliage and the buds on this tree. The seeds are eaten by red crossbills, and the bark and seeds sometimes feed porcupines, squirrels and hares.

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