Tamarack Larch is know to grow better during the cooler temperatures of the year. It has green, thin needles that can grow up to 1.5" in length.
Tamarack Larch tree's are often used to provide light shade.
Osprey and owls enjoy nesting in the Tamarack Larch trees. It also serves as a winter food source for grouse and crossbills.
History & Lore
The Tamarack Larch has many other names. It is also commonly called: American Larch, Eastern Larch, Alaska Larch, and North American Black Larch.