LARIX LARICINA – LARCH, AMERICAN
Grows in wet areas in the woods. Locate the tree where it will receive plenty of soil moisture. Great for a wet or regularly moist location in the landscape. Tree dislikes hot weather and hard, dry clay soil. Grows poorly in alkaline soils.
Spring transplanting best
Balled-and-burlapped and bare root trees recover best when transplanted in late winter or early spring in the cooler portions of North America. This usually corresponds to the initiation of root growth.