Also known as Tamarack
Sold in packs of 25
18-24″ bare root seedlings, 1 year old (1-0)
Although it is a member of the pine family, the American Larch is both deciduous and coniferous as well! Needles turn yellow before falling. In the winter it has cones, but no needles. It is dormant during the winter and it is rugged! It can withstand temperatures of -65 degrees! American Larch is found throughout the Adirondacks mountains.
The wood is durable and great for pulp, poles, posts, etc.
Tolerates most soil conditions, can handle poorly drained areas and wet areas (swamps and bogs).