Larix decidua 'Puli'
Dedcidous weeping conifer with dense branching and light green lacy foliage turning to golden-yellow in autumn. When staked, it will not grow taller than the full length of its support, if left to cascade down it will form a matting ground cover.
Ultimate height2.5–4 metres
Time to ultimate height20–50 years
Ultimate spread1–1.5 metres
Colour & scent
- Full sun
South–facing or West–facing
- Native to the UK
- Matforming, Pendulous weeping
Larix are deciduous trees of conical habit, with good autumn colour from the soft, needle-like leaves which are borne in whorls on spur-like lateral shoots and spirally arranged on young growth; small ovoid cones persist on the branches
- Name status
How to grow
Will grow well in well-drained, deep neutral to acid soil in full sun. Will need staking to achieve a weeping shape, if left unstaked it will become ground cover.
Suggested planting locations and garden types
- City and courtyard gardens
- Cottage and informal garden
- Low Maintenance
- Banks and slopes
- Ground cover
Minimal pruning required
May be susceptible to adelgids
May be susceptible to canker and honey fungus
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