The European Larch is a fast growing species. It grows naturally on wet sites and is very cold tolerant. The A+3's average 20 inches and range from 16 to 24 inches in length.
Larch is a deciduous conifer whose needle-like leaves change to yellow and then shed in the fall. They are native to much of the northern hemisphere, originating in the mountains of central Europe. It's wood is tough and durable and it is often cultivated as an ornamental tree.