Larch is a deciduous tree that has the appearance of an evergreen, and is generally considered as one. In Spring when it is budding it is a beautiful sight with its delicate green plumelets, but its effect in Winter is rather depressing; it reminds one of a dead evergreen which, on account of some oversight on the part of the owner, has not been removed. Unless one has some sentiment or association for the Larch it would be just as well not to use it on a small estate.