Also known as Tamarack larch, it is a cold-hardy deciduous conifer known for its golden yellow colour in the autumn before it sheds its needles. Borne in bunches along the branches the needles are a blue-green colour and 2-3 cm long. It produces a small cone, 1-2cm long which contains about 25 seeds. This tree is known to survive temperatures lower than -60 degrees C and can even grow in extreme arctic conditions.
Germination: Soak in warm water for 12 hours. Plant in a moist potting soil medium and await germination in 2-3 weeks. A short period of cold stratification may be beneficial for these seeds.
Packet contains at least 50 seeds