Find breathtaking autumn beauty in the underused Larix tree.

The Larix is one of the most underused deciduous trees for the Chicagoland area.

The Larix has varieties that are tall and straight while others weep and bow. Whatever variety you choose, the Larix turns a beautiful golden cinnamon color in the fall.

The tall and straight varieties, handle wet soil and cooler temperatures well. And, if you were to brush your hands along the pine needles of this tree, you would be surprised as how soft it is!

Larix Tree SpotlightThese trees are a perfect replacement for the low-spot boggy soil yard where nothing else can manage to grow. Not only for boggy areas, if you are simply looking to add a beautiful centerpiece to your yard, consider the weeping Japanese Pendula and European Decidua Larix.

Design Tips: 

Because this is such a unique tree, the other flowers and plants surrounding it must be wisely selected and arranged. The type of soil must be assessed and paired with all the perennials and shrubs going in.

Because of our experience with unique trees such as this one, we know how to choose the right location and specie for your landscape. If you are interested in adding this beautiful variety to your yard, let us advise you on the perfect design to support the unique tree.

 

 


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