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Larix decidua 'Pendula'

Larix decidua 'Pendula': Weeping Larch

This is the most popular cultivar here at the nursery. Bright green needles in spring turn gold before dropping in fall. If a weeping Larch is trained to form a trunk, the leader can be trained in any direction & will reach 10-12' x 6-8' in 10 years. All side branches weep to the ground.

Weeping Larch can also grow without a leader along the ground or spill over the side of a pot.

Larix gmelini  'Romberg Park'

Larix gmelinii 'Romberg Park': Dahurian Larch

A cute round dwarf form of Larch, perfect for rock gardens. Soft green needles turn orange before dropping in autumn, short stiff branches are almost as decorative bare as with foliage.

Dwarf, grows 2-3"/yr, 2' x 3' in 10 years.

Larix kaempferi

Larix kaempferi or Larix leptolepis: Japanese Larch

Native to Japanese forests, this form grows fast and upright in a pyramid shape. It's a traditional subject for bonsai.

Larix laricina 'Deborah Waxman'

Larix laricina 'Deborah Waxman': Eastern Larch

Most dwarf Larch grow in a round or irregular shape. Not so with 'Deborah Waxman'. It forms a super cute pyramid shape, perfect for most city gardens. Blue-green needles in spring turn gold before dropping in autumn. 

Grows 3-6"/yr, 5' x 3' in 10 years.

Larix occidentalis

Larix occidentalis Western Larch

Our native Larch grows at high elevations east of the Cascade Mountains in Oregon & Washington, Northern Idaho & Canada. It grows fast to 100-200', has a narrow open crown, and a trunk 4' in diameter. Magnificent indeed.

Larix 'Deborah Waxman'

Larixs 'Deborah Waxman'

Larix 'Deborah Waxman'

Female Cone

Find the best Trees for your Garden

We carry a wide variety of trees year-round. These represent only a fraction of what you will find and are some of our favorites. Note: Viewing a Native Plant will take you into our Native Plant section.

Trees

Abies: The Fir Tree

Natives

Native Abies: Native Fir

Natives

Native Acer Circinatum:

Vine Maple
Trees

Acers for Fall Color

Trees

Acer palmatum: Japanese Maple

Trees

Bird Haven

Trees

Cercis: Redbud

Trees

Conifers

Trees

Cornus: Dogwood

Trees

Cryptomeria: Japanese Cedar

Trees

Fruit Trees

Trees

Ginkgo: Maidenhair Tree

Trees

Heptacodium: Seven Sons Flower

Trees

Lagerstroemia: Crape Myrtle

Trees

Larix: Larch Tree

Trees

Magnolia Trees

Natives

Malus fusca

Western Crabapple
Trees

Miniature Conifers

Trees

Oxydendrum: The Sourwood Tree

Trees

Picea: The Spruce Tree

Natives

Pinus: Native Pine

Trees

Planting Tips

Trees

Pruning Guide

Trees

Prunus: Cherries &
their Prunus relatives

Natives

Quercus: Garry Oak

Trees

Salix: Willow

Trees

Stewartia

Trees

Styrax: Japanese Snowbell

Trees

Tree Selection Guide