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  • Not only is the fall color a beautiful golden-yellow, but when the new growth emerges from the bare twigs in early spring, it is a light, yellow-green, later intensifying to gold by late spring. By mid-summer, the color is mostly just a typical green, but the spring color show is so unique because a gold-coloured larch is a very uncommon occurrence!
  • Not only is the fall color a beautiful golden-yellow, but when the new growth emerges from the bare twigs in early spring, it is a light, yellow-green, later intensifying to gold by late spring. By mid-summer, the color is mostly just a typical green, but the spring color show is so unique because a gold-coloured larch is a very uncommon occurrence!
  • Not only is the fall color a beautiful golden-yellow, but when the new growth emerges from the bare twigs in early spring, it is a light, yellow-green, later intensifying to gold by late spring. By mid-summer, the color is mostly just a typical green, but the spring color show is so unique because a gold-coloured larch is a very uncommon occurrence!
  • Not only is the fall color a beautiful golden-yellow, but when the new growth emerges from the bare twigs in early spring, it is a light, yellow-green, later intensifying to gold by late spring. By mid-summer, the color is mostly just a typical green, but the spring color show is so unique because a gold-coloured larch is a very uncommon occurrence!
  • Not only is the fall color a beautiful golden-yellow, but when the new growth emerges from the bare twigs in early spring, it is a light, yellow-green, later intensifying to gold by late spring. By mid-summer, the color is mostly just a typical green, but the spring color show is so unique because a gold-coloured larch is a very uncommon occurrence!
  • Not only is the fall color a beautiful golden-yellow, but when the new growth emerges from the bare twigs in early spring, it is a light, yellow-green, later intensifying to gold by late spring. By mid-summer, the color is mostly just a typical green, but the spring color show is so unique because a gold-coloured larch is a very uncommon occurrence!
  • Not only is the fall color a beautiful golden-yellow, but when the new growth emerges from the bare twigs in early spring, it is a light, yellow-green, later intensifying to gold by late spring. By mid-summer, the color is mostly just a typical green, but the spring color show is so unique because a gold-coloured larch is a very uncommon occurrence!
  • Not only is the fall color a beautiful golden-yellow, but when the new growth emerges from the bare twigs in early spring, it is a light, yellow-green, later intensifying to gold by late spring. By mid-summer, the color is mostly just a typical green, but the spring color show is so unique because a gold-coloured larch is a very uncommon occurrence!
  • Not only is the fall color a beautiful golden-yellow, but when the new growth emerges from the bare twigs in early spring, it is a light, yellow-green, later intensifying to gold by late spring. By mid-summer, the color is mostly just a typical green, but the spring color show is so unique because a gold-coloured larch is a very uncommon occurrence!
  • Not only is the fall color a beautiful golden-yellow, but when the new growth emerges from the bare twigs in early spring, it is a light, yellow-green, later intensifying to gold by late spring. By mid-summer, the color is mostly just a typical green, but the spring color show is so unique because a gold-coloured larch is a very uncommon occurrence!

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Not only is the fall color a beautiful golden-yellow, but when the new growth emerges from the bare twigs in early spring, it is a light, yellow-green, later intensifying to gold by late spring. By mid-summer, the color is mostly just a typical green, but the spring color show is so unique because a gold-coloured larch is a very uncommon occurrence!

 

 

USDA Hardiness Map

Plant Form

Larix decidua 'Lucek' _ European Larch _

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Latin Name:
Larix decidua 'Lucek'
Common name:
Golden European Larch
Sun Exposure:
Sun/Part Shade
ANNUAL GROWTH:
4-7"
COLOR:
yellow/gold
FORM:
Pyramidal
GROWTH RATE:
Intermediate
Hardiness Zone:
Zones 2-8

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