Min. size 20 cm (sold in groupings of 10 stems)
Also sold as part of the Algonquin Bundle.
Larix laricina, commonly known as tamarack, is a species of larch native to Canada. Tamarack thrive in boreal forests and wetlands.
Indigenous peoples have long used tamarack for making snow shoes, but they are also used for utility poles, posts, rough crates and pulpwood.
The beautiful yellow display tamaracks provide in the fall make them an ideal addition to your property. Unlike other conifers, the tamarack sheds its needles in late fall.
Tamarack provide cover for a variety of wildlife such as bear, deer and moose. Snowshoe hares feed on twigs and bark and porcupines feed on the inner bark while grouse enjoy the needles and buds.