American Larch/Tamarack (10s Plug)
Tamarack, also known as an American Larch, is a deciduous conifer that thrives in northern swamps. This species has a stunning gold color in the fall and is known to be rot resistant. Tamarack is mostly used for pulpwood, the making of posts, and is beneficial to wildlife.
- Seedling Size: 7.6 cu in root ball, 2 yrs old., 10-12" branched
- Mature Height: Grows 40-80'
- Sunlight: Full sun
- Moisture: Moist - Wet soil