Larix occidentalis

Larix occidentalis

A large deciduous conifer that grows extremely straight. Leaves are light green, turning yellow in the fall before dropping for winter. Native throughout the Northern Rocky Mountains.

Plant Height at Maturity

100 feet

Plant Width at Maturity

25 feet

Growth Rate


Growth Habit


Landscape Uses

Ornamental Specimen

Environmental Features

Native Species | Bird Habitat

Tough Sites

Compacted Soil | Deer Damage | Urban Conditions | High Wind

Seasonal Interest

Winter Interest

Flower Color