Upright, conical, asymmetrical shape. Wider at the base, its tip becomes rapidly narrow; Dense, tufty foliage, bright green in colour. Females bear many blackish blue fruits. Must be planted in an area that is protected from winds. This plant cannot be trimmed or else it will loose its peculiar looks.; Good choice for gardens with an asian look.
Conical and narrow when young, broadly pyramidal with age. Handsome grayish to reddish brown bark, exfoliating in long strips. An excellent specimen, grouping and screening plant, or for naturalization.
Well formed, with a straight stem, pyramidal crown, and drooping lateral branches. Flat, light green needles turn yellow in the fall and fall off. Larch can tolerate a wide range of soil conditions but grows most commonly on wet to moist organic soils, grows fairly well on extremely dry soils.
Dark green needles on weeping grower that must be staked to form upright leader or let sprawl for unusual ground cover. Outstanding specimen in the landscape. Flat, light green needles turn yellow in the fall and fall off.