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The Larches describe a small genus within the pine family that includes about ten species and is native to almost all countries in Europe, North America and Asia in the northern hemisphere. These conifers are deciduous and are mainly found in mountainous areas in the wild. Since they have been an important supplier of wood for the manufacture of furniture and floors for several centuries, larches are also cultivated on a large scale in the plains.
The most important representatives of this group of deciduous conifers are the European, the Western American, the Siberian and the Japanese larch. The European larch or Larix decidua, native to Central Europe, can be found in the wild mainly in the Alps, Carpathians, Sudetes and other high altitudes. It reaches heights of about forty meters and has a slender treetop that develops from a pointed to a slightly flattened shape with increasing age. The bark of the larch is greenish in color on young trees and has a smooth surface. It gradually becomes up to ten centimeters thick, takes on a gray-brown color and develops into a deeply furrowed and scaly gray-brown bark.
The young leaves of the larch are recognizable as needles that are only about half a millimeter wide, light green and later darken. They are soft, have a maximum length of three centimeters and are more flattened than pointed at the end. The needles are arranged like a rosette in dense clusters.
From around fifteen years of age, the larch blooms between March and late May, with the yellow male flowers being egg-shaped and only a maximum of one centimeter long, while the female flowers appear in a dark pink or red and are about twice as large. From this, the light brown cones develop in autumn, which also appear egg-shaped and about six centimeters long. The seed scales of the cones sit loosely and stand out with their finely striped pattern and delicate brown hair. The cones will gradually fade once the seeds mature and have been given off in the next spring. They sometimes stay on the tree for a few years before they fall off.