Weeping larch is a very unique looking tree. Pendulous branches gracefully weep to the ground, looking like a waterfall pouring off a mountainside. Foliage is needle-like but very soft textured. Without training, the plant will not grow any taller, but will become more ground cover-like.
Dark green foliage turns reddish purple in fall through winter. Needs to be planted in the right place. Can be extremely invasive if left alone. Should limit its use to contained gardens, or parking lot areas.