Siberian larch is native to Russia and found over a wide range of eastern Siberia. It is a deciduous conifer reaching up to 50m tall and 1m wide that can grow very fast in favourable conditions. Extremely cold hardy, it can be found up to the Arctic circle. Cones are 2-3 cm large and needles turn yellow in the fall before they are shed from the tree.
Germination: Soak in water for 24 hours, cold stratify for 60 days. Sow 1-2 cm deep in potting soil and keep moist.