Larix kaempferi (Japanese Larch)

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Japanese larch is widely distributed in its native Japan, where plantations cover vast swaths of the western highlands. It has very long low branches that swoop out and up, and the top branches swoop upwards as well. With scaly rusty-brown bark, mature trees can grow to be 100 feet tall....
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Japanese larch is widely distributed in its native Japan, where plantations cover vast swaths of the western highlands. It has very long low branches that swoop out and up, and the top branches swoop upwards as well. With scaly rusty-brown bark, mature trees can grow to be 100 feet tall. Compared to European larch, the leaves are wider and grayer-green. The scales are turned out and down on the margins of the cones, which are brown, flattened, and bun-shaped.

Botanical Name : Larix kaempferi

Common Name : Japanese Larch

Height : 100 ft

Spread : 30- 40 ft

Germination Info : 30-45 days cold moist stratification

Hardiness zone : 4-7

Average seed per ounce : Approx. 7500

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