Larix decidua 'Puli'

Available May 1

Larix decidua 'Puli' photo courtesy of Iseli Nursery

Weeping Larch

Larix decidua ‘Puli’ is an elegant alternative to the common L.d. ‘Pendula’. When staked, its slender branches create a narrow silhouette that is more dense and lighter green than ‘Pendula’. At the point it is no longer supported by a stake ‘Puli’ branches spread out slowly along the ground and make an effective ground-cover. It is very attractive in gardens with an Asian aesthetic. It is best grown in full sun.

  • Height: determined by stake height
  • Spread: varies with culture
  • Cold Hardiness: Zone 2
  • Sun or Shade: sun
  • Foliage Colour: green
  • Shape: weeping
  • Critter Resistance: some resistance to deer

Growing and Maintenance Tips

Weeping Larch is quite adaptable to a range of soil types but does need constant moisture. It will require regular watering during the growing season unless it is growing in a very damp site. It is not drought tolerant and will drop its needles if allowed to dry out. It looks its best if it is not pruned but allowed to develop its own unique form.