In 2011, Hampton Lumber created the design by planting a mix of Douglas fir and Larch during reforestation of the area. The smiley face should return each fall for the next 30-50 years until the trees are ready to be harvested for lumber.
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Transformation of a Japanese Larch - This guy only has 2 videos, but they're the best I've ever seen. He puts so much care into his trees, and his videos youtu.be/Xi6gaRoLUYA
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In 2011, Hampton Lumber created the design by planting a mix of Douglas fir and Larch during a reforestation of the area. The smiley face should return each fall for the next 30-50 years, until the trees are ready to be harvested for lumber.
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Secretary `bloqΒ΄. First "real" piece of furniture IΒ΄ve ever done in my life (when 17 yo). European larch. reddit.com/gallery/np4e9c
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A forester planted a few larch trees in the Douglas fir forest in Oregon to create a smiley face
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Tried to make some airpots with my 3d printer. Right now there's some germinated larch seeds. Let's see how they hold up.
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Cross section and appearance of immature cones of Norway spruce (Picea abies) and Japanese larch (Larix kaempferi) reddit.com/gallery/nntc8y
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Mini larch - grown from seedling flickr.com/photos/norbury…
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Larch time
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repotted my collected Larch in a tokoname pot reddit.com/gallery/n29557
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[Seedlings] These guys will hopefully be bonsai in the future. Giant sequoia, dawn redwood, European larch, and crab apple reddit.com/gallery/mngksu
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Bought my first Chinese larch forest from local floral shop today in Belfast, Northern Ireland, should it still be kept outside? and if so should it be in a very sunny spot or a very shady spot? It can be very cold and rainy here so worried about it
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European larch..... I know it is not the prettiest tree, but I love the buds opening on this european larch....
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In 2011, David Hampton of Hampton Lumber planted a mix of Douglas fir and Larch when an area in Oregon was getting reforested resulting in smiley face inside vast forest
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Larch, wired and ready for repotting next year.
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Anyone else hang out on larch in the 90’s?
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Larch at sunset, me, watercolor, 2019
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Wired my Siberian larch today. Pretty happy with the result!
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Larch group - cleaned up and presentable again. flickr.com/photos/norbury…
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Backyard β€œLarch” forest... not sure of the actual species but every sunset, they remind me of a larch first in a wide pot.
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Baby Larch, Baby Larch... progress from a cutting to today. Cutting planted May 11, 2019. Very happy with it’s progress. Next spring I’ll add some wire to enhance its natural movement a bit. reddit.com/gallery/mvu4jj
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Perfect conditions on the Larch Valley, Alberta, Canada. [OC] [2048 x 10365]
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Larch Bonsai trimming youtube.com/watch?v=WXd9k…
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Pink Larch flowers - on only one tree (the oldest one I have from England) flickr.com/photos/norbury…
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American Larch. Brought him in for a photo shoot. Still needs a lot of work. I think it has good potential reddit.com/gallery/nah1pf
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Did I style this larch well? Looking for feedback!
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Got all excited about my first larch and posted right after wiring. Cleaned up the foliage today and Brough the branches more into scale. Very excited with the result. This might be my new favourite tree. Any future styling advice is welcome! Swipe for the progression. reddit.com/gallery/n7vwgw
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Finally acquired my first larch. This one is a Siberian Larch. I've read they can take pruning throughout the year, but does this include styling? Or should that be done before the buds break? Any advice for how to care for or style this guy would be greatly appreciated!
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Golden hour with the larch and the ladies.
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Transformation of a Japanese Larch Bonsai Tree youtube.com/watch?v=Xi6ga…
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The only living larch tree in my surrounding area has been dying slowly for the last 20 years. I decided to bring some fresh blood (sap?) to the forest. Larch 2.0 reporting for duty!
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Some kids at school climbing a larch
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In 2011, Hampton Lumber created the design by planting a mix of Douglas fir and Larch during reforestation of the area. The smiley face should return each fall for the next 30-50 years until the trees are ready to be harvested for lumber.
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Found on a long-dead larch, Penobscott Bay area, Maine. Exuding a thin yellow liquid. A kind of Fomes? reddit.com/gallery/nmcv6x
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ELI5: Why do we only get syrup out of Maple trees? What would happen if we tried the same thing with Oak, Larch, Birch, Ash, etc?
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Japanese Larch looking nice and aged. Not a huge fan of the pot, but it’s a great looking tree when the foliage fills in.
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Collected Japanese Larch, in development (2021/2016) reddit.com/gallery/mgqbb1
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How ancient Wood tells Stories - A Larch Tree over 10,000 Years old was found near the Morteratsch Glacier. The Tree provides fascinating Insights.

It was in the fall of 2018 when geologist Christian SchlΓΌchter received a tip from the local forester in the Engadine. Someone had discovered an exciting log near the melted glacier.

"When I get a report like that, I get nervous and excited," SchlΓΌchter says. The professor emeritus at the University of Bern has been searching for glacier wood since the late 1980s.

Small pieces of wood, parts of trees, that's what he finds again and again. But what SchlΓΌchter then saw at the Morteratsch glacier, he would not have expected: a piece of trunk of a larch about two meters long, including the rootstock. Even parts of the bark were still on it.

"This is unique," says SchlΓΌchter, adding that he had never discovered anything like it in the Alps. With wood finds, he says, there is always one central question: "How far from the site did the trees grow, how far did the glacier transport them?"

A tree in this condition must have stood in the immediate vicinity, otherwise the trunk would look different, SchlΓΌchter says.

This finding means that where there was glacier only today, trees once grew. This shows that the Morteratsch glacier was once much smaller than it is today.

But there is a second finding, SchlΓΌchter points out: the trunk also reveals something about the time after the last ice age.

Fig. 4: The larch became 337 years old, then it died and the glacier buried the tree. zvg/Christian SchlΓΌchter

The last phase of this ice age ended about 11,700 years ago. Now research has shown that the larch from the glacier started growing about 10,800 years ago.

So barely 1,000 years after the end of the ice age, there were already larches up there again, SchlΓΌchter says. "That shows the unheard-of dynamics we see here," explains geologist SchlΓΌchter.

The wood will now be studied even further. Part of the large trunk will be on display in the museum in Pontresina in the future.

SRF 1, Regionaljournal Ostschweiz, 05.11.2020 12:03 Uhr

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Finally getting around to work on my golden larch. Starting with the removal of the moss and lower branches first, slowly develop that tree appearance. reddit.com/gallery/myur0l
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OC Picrew 😩 | Taylor Larch reddit.com/gallery/niwzo0
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Weekly Friday Follies - Avoid working and tell us what interesting LARCH related things happened at your work or school this week

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Paring knife from larch deck board and MG factory blade. Three afternoons incl. Glue-up. imgur.com/gallery/BQOTziP
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Cross section and appearance of immature cones of Norway spruce (Picea abies) and Japanese larch (Larix kaempferi) reddit.com/gallery/nntc8y
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Valley of the Ten Peaks and Larch Valley from Sentinel Pass. Started this hike after watching the sunrise at Moraine Lake, Alberta, Canada.
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Larch sapling (small one) bent and now we wait. flickr.com/photos/norbury…
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Who rules Red Larch?

I'm about to run Princes of the Apocalypse and I noticed that the adventure describres the town as having no mayor, so who do the citizens pay taxes to?

Do tax collectors from a nearby Lord's Alliance member such as Amphail or Yartar govern the town? Or are Red Larchers living as an enlitened collective of free citizens?

Thanks for any help!

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