Japanese Larch

Portage, WI(Zone 5a)

One of my Jap. Larchs went nuts (oops, not a pun I hope) and put out lots of those upsdie down green pine cones this Spring. I have never had so many before. I think they are really cool. Gene

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Northumberland, United Kingdom(Zone 9a)

Nice! They are of course larch cones, not pine cones ;-)


Portage, WI(Zone 5a)

OK, larch cones of course. Can't wait to throw that into the conversation soon. Thsi whole idea of a decidurous evergreen still has my head spinning a bit. Gene

Scott County, KY(Zone 5b)

Deciduous conifer, of course...

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Lititz, PA(Zone 6b)

Your Larch cones are very nice. We have a Tamarack Larch and the cones are a deep burgundy color when they are young. Our tree is very young and this is the first year it has cones and there are only three. I can't wait until our Dawn Redwood gets its cones because they are pretty sweet too but that is only 4 years old.

Portage, WI(Zone 5a)

Great. Tamarack grow wild around here, in the wet areas. Gotta be some tough wood.

Lititz, PA(Zone 6b)

They're pretty rare around here as I believe they enjoy a slightly colder climate. Ours grew 5' last year though!

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