Unlike most conifers, the deciduous larch produces beautiful fall color, then loses its needle-like leaves and displays bright, new growth each spring. These seasonal changes combine with graceful growth patterns to offer beauty and interest year-round. The upright, dwarf and weeping forms will thrive in sites with ample moisture in full sun or light shade. Extremely cold hardy, larch trees grow best in northern regions, where they tolerate heavy, wet soils.
Larix decidua 'Pendula'