I collected these three this spring, uncommon for me to find good western larch material for some reason. These are not jaw dropping trees or anything but I think worth the effort at least. I haven't seen any examples of western larch bonsai yet but there's gotta be some out there? All I have really seen is references to second hand stories of the species failing at bonsai attempts. Hopefully these do well, I did my best in difficult conditions to get intact rootballs, the one in the box had an excellent rootball, the 2 in nursery pots a bit marginal. I'm treating them in pretty much the same way I treat newly collected pine fir and juniper so far. They look ok, flushed out and still green at least! Any thoughts, experiences, theories or wild guesses regarding aftercare of collected western larch out there?