NAME: Japanese Larch
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Larix Kaempferi
COLOR: Grayish Green - Bluish Green Needles
PLANT SEEDS: Outdoors after frost / Indoors weeks before last frost
BLOOM TIME: N/A
HARDINESS ZONE: 4 - 7
PLANT HEIGHT: 80 - 90'
PLANT SPACING: 30 - 40'
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average
QUANTITY: 25 Seeds
OTHER: The Japanese Larch is a coniferous tree that is native to Japan. It has soft fuzzy needles that measure 1 1/2" long. The needles turn bright yellow then orange before dropping in the fall. Its bark is reddish in color, & the new shoots are bright red in winter. The pine cones of the Japanese Larch start out green & turn brown as they mature. They measure 1 - 1 1/2" long, & typically stay on the tree for quite a while. Birds & other woodland critters like squirrels enjoy picking the seeds out of the cones to eat. This Larch is grown as an ornamental, & is often found in parks. It is also grown for its tough timber that is used for construction. They make great little bonsai trees too!
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Nov 12, 2021
May 24, 2021
Not a single seed sprouted.
Apr 10, 2021
Seeds came earlier than expected, currently going through stratification
Mar 24, 2021
Feb 17, 2021