Larix decidua

From the top long shoot of the main stem (to the left at the top of the photo) some small long shoots are seen. Below these there are some older long shoots, some of which are growing from dwarf shoots (from earlier the same year) on the stem. Further down the stem (to the right at the bottom of the photo) there are many dwarf shoots growing from the stem, which is still a long shoot.

New dwarf shoots from old dwarf shoots are very common by Larix, but they are more easily seen by Cedrus, because Cedrus is not deciduous, and therefore the needles of both dwarf shoots are seen at the same time (contrary to Larix, where only the needles from the latest year are seen).