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American Larch Tree

Larix laricina
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Fall Color For The Cold North!

American Larch (Larix laricina) isn't rare, but it is unique. Most conifers are evergreen. This is one of only a handful of Conifers that is deciduous. That means it has great fall color just before it drops its needles for winter.

American Larch trees are common in the northeast and up through Canada into Alaska. They love cool summers and cold winters. (They actually suffer in the heat and humidity south of zone 5.) In the spring the bright-green needles begin to cover the tree. In the fall, they turn a golden yellow and are a great counterpoint to the reds and oranges of the broad-leaf fall color trees.

This native typically grows in boggy, wet soils and poorly-drained woodlands so give it a tough wet spot in your garden and watch it thrive.

American Larch will grow tall and looks great when grown in groups of three or more. It gives an instant natural woodland feel to your landscape. These are beautiful natives for all you northern gardeners. Order yours today and enjoy them for years to come!

  • Loves The Cold
  • Quick Growing
  • Deciduous Conifer With Fall Color
  • Tolerates Wet Soil
More Information
Botanical Name Larix laricina
Mature Height 40 - 80 feet
Mature Spread 15 - 30 feet
Soil Type Widely Adaptable
Moisture Widely Adaptable
Sun Exposure Full Sun
Growth Rate Fast
Bloom Period Summer
Flower Color Cones
Fall Color Yellow
Pollinator Required No
Pollinator Friendly Yes
Growing Zone Range 2-5
American Larch Tree Is Suited to Grow in Zones 2-5
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