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The building’s 2,000 cubic meters of cedar and larch are supposed to come from every prefecture in Japan (though recently, there have been protests about a subcontractor’s alleged contribution to deforestation in Borneo).
In fall, the tall alpine larch trees that fringe the lake’s shores transform from emerald green to goldenrod yellow; an unexpected but welcome change of pace from the reds and rusts typically associated with the season elsewhere.
This classy canvas Western Outdoor Hammock comes with an elegant larch-wood frame, $173 to $200, depending on color.
Seasons: The weather remains relatively mild into September, when larch and aspen trees turn gold as fall arrives.
Jonsson and his volunteers then plant the appropriate species for the plot — birch, Sitka spruce, lodgepole pine, Russian larch or other species.
Starting point for hikes into Larch Valley and Sentinel Pass are some of Banff National Park’s best (ablaze in autumn when larch needles are golden).
In fall, the tall alpine larch trees that fringe the lake’s shores transform from emerald green to goldenrod yellow
The last color change is when the larch trees (a deciduous conifer that loses its needles) turn gold in mid-October.
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