Larix laricina 'Deborah Waxman'

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Larix laricina 'Deborah Waxman'

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Named in honor of his daughter, Dr. Sidney Waxman had selected this gorgeous cultivar of American larch(tamarack) from seed he had collected by accurately shooting cones off of witch's brooms discovered high up in old specimens of tamarack. His seed trials at the University of CT produced numerous exciting new cultivars, 'Deborah Waxman' being one of his gems. This one's a broad-based upright with dense semi-fastigiate branching covered with light, blue-green 5/8" needles. Tamarack seed cones are the smallest of the Larix and can be quite attractive with shades of red/purple as they grow and mature. Annual growth can be 2-4" producing a 10 year old plant 3'H x 3'W. Full sun. Zone 4  Available Oct 2018

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Available Oct 2018