November 18th, 2012

November 18th, 2012 by Sherri

On the south side of Ellen Reed are two European Larches (Larix decidua) that are a brilliant yellow prior to dropping their needles. These are deciduous conifers that drop their needles each fall, and each spring they come out a wonderful bright green. They are very fast growing, planted in 1978, they have a spread of over fifty feet.  We wish everyone a safe & happy holiday season with their families & friends. Look for more Plants in Bloom coming Spring of ’13!

European Larches (Larix decidua)

 

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