Effectively immediately, our water service will only be providing well and cistern fills until further notice

Effectively immediately, our water service will only be providing well and cistern fills until further notice

Tamarack

SKU: 7560P Category:
Installation available on WB (Wire Basket) products*

Description

A tall spire-like coniferous tree with deciduous needles starting bright green in spring and turning brilliant gold in fall; prefers extremely moist locations and sandy soils; can look a little odd in winter without needles, but shines the other 3 seasons

Tamarack is an open deciduous tree with a strong central leader and a distinctive and refined pyramidal form. It lends an extremely fine and delicate texture to the landscape composition which can make it a great accent feature on this basis alone.

  • Growth Rateslow
  • Zone1
  • Soilacidic
  • Moistureaverage to wet
  • Plant Originnative

Hardiness Zone

A hardiness zone is a geographic area defined as having a certain range of annual minimum temperature, a factor relevant to the survival of many plants. The Canadian Plant Hardiness Zone map (PHZ Map) system defines 9 zones by long-term average annual extreme minimum temperatures. With 0 having the coldest and 9 the warmest. The zone number designated to each plant species corresponds to the extreme minimum temperatures that plant can withstand. Any plant located in a lower zone then its designation has the potential of not surviving the cold months.

Government of Canada Plant Hardiness of Canada Government of Canada Map Link

Government of Canada Plant Hardiness Zone by Municipality

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