Wednesday, April 07, 2010

March Mystery Less Mysterious in April


March Mystery Less Mysterious in April
Originally uploaded by Ontario Wanderer

Some people should recognize this by now.
It's growing about 100 metres from our home near our east pond.

2 comments:

Ionatan Waisgluss said...

Tamarack! (Larix laricina)

You're so lucky to have one of these growin on your property! :)

Ontario Wanderer said...

Over the years, many of the Larix laricina that I thought I had found turned out to be Larix decidua. This one is young so it's not had any cones yet but I suspect it may be dicidua as laricina are farly rare in our immediate area. We have a decidua in our front lawn about 150 metres from the younger tree. On the other hand there are laricina on the Grand River a few kilometres from our property so it might be possible but . . .