Edible usesThere are no edible uses listed for Pseudolarix amabilis.
The stem bark is used in the treatment of ringworm.The bark shows fungicidal activity against the parasitic Epidermophyton and Trichphyton fungi that cause ringworm.
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A difficult tree to grow well in cool temperate regions, if planted out when small it is easily scorched and can be killed by temperatures of -5°c. In Britain good trees are only found in the southern part of the country. Plants prefer a continental climate with hot summers - they are then much hardier and tolerate cold winters. Best planted out when 30 - 80cm tall, it needs to be kept weed free until established and might require winter protection for its first few years.There are several named forms, selected for their ornamental value.
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