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Pseudolarix amabilis is commonly known as the Golden Larch, although it is not a true larch.
It is native to eastern China, growing in small areas in the southern and eastern mountains to heights of over 100 feet.
The Golden Larch is also known under an older Latin name: Pseudolarix kaempferi, and is a deciduous tree with long shoots and short shoots that grow similar to a larch; but unlike the larch family, it is quite tolerant of summer heat and humidity and can grow where most larches and firs are unable to thrive.
The Golden Larch is a favorite low maintenance tree for bonsai growers for its beautiful fall color and hearty habit. With proper care, and attention to its undemanding, but specific needs, it will be a beautiful addition to any bonsai garden.
This particular Bonsai measures 25 inches tall, has a 13 inch spread and is approximately 15 years old.