On this picture you can see the difference between European Larch, Siberian Larch and Pine.
There is no Photoshop manipulation with these pictures.
You always can compare these species in our office. Also you can check the quality of the wood.
You can see the differences between Siberian larch and European larch on the photos below:
Siberian larch is a very solid wood species with a wide range of colors and excellent structure. This wood is best suited for those who appreciate real quality and maximum durability of the material.
Siberian larch is highly resistant to rotting due to a very high density and high resin content.
Comparing to oak, ash or pine it is twice resistant. That wood also has a high moisture resistance. It is successfully used in constructions influenced by water, such as piers, roofing, outdoor terraces, pools, etc.
Today, Siberian larch is used for building of facades and terraces, for garden furniture manufacturing. It is the best choice in terms of price vs quality.
Siberian larch (lat. Lárix sibírica) should not be confused with European larch (lat. Lárix decídua). European larch is just slightly more solid than European spruce, but Siberian larch is similar to oak. European larch has a very small resin content. For this reason it cannot be used without an additional surface-protecting treatment. That quality difference could be seen with the naked eye.
Siberian larch has a completely different structure of the annual ring. Terraces, facades and other outdoor constructions are influenced by weather, temperature and other harmful factors. Thus, Siberian larch is an optimal choice as a building material.
Products made of Siberian larch have a lifespan of over 100 years and do not lose its properties even without any surface treatment. Siberian larch will serve to several generations.
Products made of Siberian larch are the right choice for those, who appreciate the quality and natural beauty of a building material.