Cedar sibirica 30 PCS / 100 PCS fresh seeds for planting from Syberia, Pinus sibirica
Siberian cedar (lat. Pinus sibirica)
An evergreen tree about 40 meters in height. It is a long-liver among trees, as its average age is 500 years.
It has a dense crown with many peaks, and the needles grow in small bunches. Cedar has a very short growing season, so it is a very slow-growing species of pine.
Siberian cedar is a tree of different sexes, so it is recommended to plant it in batches of several pieces.
Cedar cones are quite large, and the seeds are small pine nuts. The ripening of the cone occurs within 14 months, and sometimes more. Nutcrackers and chipmunks are excellent seed distributors.
Prefers sandy and loamy soils, but can also grow on rocky substrates and sphagnum bogs. Frost-resistant, shade-tolerant, demanding of heat, air and soil humidity. Generally avoids cold soils with close permafrost.