Sequoiadendron giganteum (Sierra Redwood/Big Tree)
Sequoiadendron giganteum, commonly known as Sierra Redwood or Big Tree, is an evergreen coniferous tree. It is one of the largest tree species in the world, known for its immense size and impressive presence. These trees can grow up to 300 feet tall and have a massive trunk diameter, reaching up to 30 feet. They are native to the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California and are often found in mixed conifer forests. With their thick, fire-resistant bark and towering stature, they are a symbol of strength and resilience.
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Up to 300 feet High and Up to 30 feet Spread
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