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European Larch

Larix decidua

Non-native

The European larch is native to northern Europe and the mountainous regions of central Europe. It is a medium sized coniferous species that typically grows between 20-40 meters tall. It is often planted as an ornamental or for forestry purposes in North America. It does not tolerate shade and requires moist, well-drained, deep soil. Despite being a conifer species, it drops its needles in the fall so can be confused for tamarack. Easily identified by its large cones which have more than 30 finely hairy scales.

Leaf

Bright green, flattened needles, medium sized needles in 30-55 per bundle

Fruit/Seed

Reddish-brown seed cones, scales have fine hairs

Bark

Mature bark reddish-brown with ridges

186 Trees

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