Larix laricina American Larch ZONE 2

A deciduous conifer whose green needles turn a showy yellow in fall before dropping, its bark will be scaly and reddish-brown on mature trees. This is a tree made for very cold climates and is best grown in moist, acidic, well-drained soils.

HEIGHT: 40-80'

WIDTH: 15-30'

SUN: 6+ hours

SOIL: Loam Moist

Native of New England
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Shape: Tall Upright

Fall Color: Yellow

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