Siberian larch

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Synonyms for Siberian larch

medium-sized larch of northeastern Russia and Siberia having narrowly conic crown and soft narrow bright-green leaves

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In mixed plantations, where Siberian larch grows together with native Scots pine (sample plot 1) and Norway spruce, (sample plot 2) it surpasses both local species in height and diameter (see the Table).
The many magnificent trees such as the towering little leaf lindens, the groves of laurel leaf willows and the stands of Douglas fir and Siberian larch are once again accessible for viewing.
Our fall event is 'A Touch of Autumn' and invites the public to come and enjoy the fall colors, starting with the many reds of the Amur maples along the entrance drive, to the varied shades of gold of the lindens and Siberian larch and the orange/bronze tones of the Siberian pears.
From west to east, the main species of larch are: the Siberian larch (Larix sibirica [=L.
The forests of northeast Russia and western Siberia, which are dominated by Siberian spruce (Picea obovata) and Siberian larch (Larix sibirica [=L.
are studying ways to make more efficient use of different grades and species of lumber, including lower-grade hardwoods for glulams, and Siberian larch.
Smith worked on a task force to identify potentially harmful insects and diseases on Siberian larch.
Douglas Fir was used for the structure, Siberian larch for the superstructure and cladding, and spruce or birch plywood for the "skin.
Here, towering arched glulam ribs made from lamella of Siberian larch lock into a gently curved steel spinal ridge girder.
Built using Canadian cedar, Siberian larch, Scandinavian redwood and English and Scots pine, the treehouse was designed to provide `safely dangerous' play.
It is built almost totally of wood, a combination of Siberian larch and North American Douglas fir and whitewood, and is powered by wind and solar energy.
The massive above-ground mound of ship-lapped Canadian Cedar, Siberian Larch, Scandinavian Redwood and English and Scots pine hosts a reception area, shop, educational room, high rise washrooms and centres on a 2,000 sq ft restaurant.
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