Larch Park is located in one of Edmonton's most beautiful natural environments. It borders Larch Sanctuary, over 70 acres of protected forest. Mactaggart Sanctuary is just south of the community. To the west are Rabbit Hill and Magrath Parks.
In keeping with these natural surroundings, the landscaping of Larch Park is natural.
This is good news: there are many beautiful indigenous species that thrive in our climate. Among the many advantages to choosing them are a low-maintenance yard, and sustaining Alberta's wonderful biodiversity.
To help you make successful natural plant choices, we've prepared a useful series of plant lists.
Natural landscaping is one of the many reasons Larch Park is such as inspiring place to live.
Interested in learning more? Talk to Larch Park's environmental biologist, Michael Rawson Clark. Email him or call 780-862-0920.