kyledod - Oct 27, 2006 4:12 am - Hasn't votedRe: oh boy
The larches are also my favorite, I have started planning fall trips the last few years just to see them. Thanks for the pictures.
desainme - Oct 27, 2006 3:33 am - Voted 10/10No Larix laricina in Ohio
Several of these line Sandy Stream Pond and would thus complement Turner Mtn. in Baxter Park, but I have never been there in the fall.
kyledod - Oct 28, 2006 3:36 pm - Hasn't votedRe: No Larix laricina in Ohio
Besides the Larix laricina in the eastern U.S. there are Larix occidentalis and Larix lyallii in the west. I have not yet seen Larix laricina in the fall either.
Lee Stamm - Oct 28, 2006 3:05 am - Hasn't votedLove 'em
Soft green in the summer, and shining gold in the fall. An autumn walk through a grove of backlit, glowing golden larches is an experience to be treasured.
kyledod - Oct 28, 2006 3:36 pm - Hasn't votedRe: Love 'em
Thanks, that has been exactly my experience.
rasgoat - Oct 29, 2006 1:37 am - Voted 10/10Wow
These trees are something I heven't seen before. Truly an awesome tree!!!!! and great pics! Thanks for introducing me!
kyledod - Nov 5, 2006 4:15 am - Hasn't votedRe: Wow
Thanks, these are an amazing tree to see in the fall. At least for the 2 western species in North America although they can be abundant where they are found, they have a fairly limited range.
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