The Siberian cypress (Cupressus sibirica), also known by the common names of Siberian cedar, Sibirian cedar, Siberian turpentine, Siberian pine, and Siberian jade, is a species of conifer native to northern and central Asia. It is a member of the genus Cupressus, which is closely related to the genus Juniperus.
Siberian Cypress is a species of cypress native to southeastern Siberia and northeastern China. It is a medium-sized deciduous coniferous tree growing to 20–50 m tall, exceptionally to 60 m, with a trunk up to 1.5 m diameter. The bark is thin and red-brown, flaking off in small circular plates 5–10 cm across.