More About Larix decidua
- A rapid growing conifer that is pyramidal when young
- Soft, green needles turn golden-yellow in the fall
- Use for windscreens or in solitary plantings
The European larch is a species of larix, native to the mountains of central Europe, the Alps and Carpathian Mountains, with separated lowland populations in Poland and Lithuania.
European Larch Growing and Maintenance Tips
While larix have the appearance of evergreens, however, they shed their needles every fall. The brilliant show of golden-yellow needles makes it visually striking in the autumn months.
Larix decidua Characteristics
Moist to Average
Moist to Wet Soils
Average to Dry Soils