Larix decidua ‘Pendula’ – Weeping European Larch offers garden beauty in many ways. The soft, lime-green foliage and dramatic weeping habit can make this deciduous conifer a gorgeous addition to any plant collection or landscape. It can be staked at various heights depending on the site, and when it weeps to the ground, it will trail to form a groundcover. In autumn, the foliage turns bright yellow before dropping to reveal a shapely skeleton for winter interest.
Larix kaempferi ‘Diana’– This Japanese Larch is a conifer of year-round interest. It has twisting, contorted growth, so it should be staked to the desired height. The needles are light to medium green and very soft to the touch and appearance. They then turn golden yellow before dropping in the fall to reveal the twisting branching beneath. “Diana’ wants full sun and good drainage in a prime spot where she can be appreciated all year long.