Today I’m going to talk to you about the Tamarack tree, also known as the Eastern larch, which is native throughout northern North America and very prolific up here in the northland of Minnesota. The Tamarack tree is among the few conifers that lose their leaves (or needles) in the Fall and typically grows to 40 feet. It thrives in wetland, swampy areas. Which is […]
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