- May 31, 2007
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This is awesome! Larch trees are very interesting to me. In Wisconsin we have a variety of Larch called a Tamarack. In case anyone doesn't know the Larch is a deciduous conifer, meaning it looses all of its needles each year. In the fall after their needles drop off they look like dead spruce trees. In the spring the new needles are soft and light green. I so want to plant a bunch of Tamaracks and Spruces in a pattern now!
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Spring foliage (with some new cones forming as well):
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Back to jokes, sorry for the diversion...