Japanese Larch (Larix kaempferi) - female flower & buds (snow) - March 2018
A Japanese Larch in the grounds of Pinces Gardens, Exeter, UK. === As all larches, Japanese larch is a deciduous conifer, shedding its needles in winter. The soft, fine needles, grouped in fascicles on short shoots, distinguish larches from other boreal conifers Larch trees can retain old cones on their stems for many years. === Characteristics Foliage Deciduous Habit Bushy Hardiness H7 === Moisture Well-drained Soil Loam, Sand, Clay pH Acid, Alkaline, Neutral === Size Ultimate height Higher than 12 metres Ultimate spread 4-8 metres Time to ultimate height more than 50 years
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