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Classifying the world’s tallest, thickest, biggest, and oldest trees can be an extreme challenge. For the National Geographic “Extreme Trees” poster, featured in several of…

30pcs/bag Coast Redwood Seeds Sequoia Sempervirens Bonsai Tree Tree Seeds Bonsai Tree Seeds Potted For Home & Garden #bonsaitrees

30pcs/bag Coast Redwood Seeds Sequoia Sempervirens Bonsai Tree Tree Seeds Bonsai Tree Seeds Potted For Home & Garden #bonsaitrees

Coast Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) This tree truly looks like you'd expect to find it in its natural environment.

Ficus Bonsai

A stunning gallery of beautiful Bonsai versions of the tallest tree species in the world, the Coast Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens).

Del Norte Coast Redwoods, CA

˚Sun Rays at Coast Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park - Del Norte County, CA

The "Crannell Giant", a redwood tree, is thought to have been the largest living organism on Earth before it was logged in 1926.

Crannell Creek Giant Coast Redwood aka Maple Creek redwood and Captain Elam redwood

Coast+Redwood+(Sequoia+sempervirens)Praire Creek Redwoods State Park,Humboldt County,California

i want to see the redwoods .Among the giants, Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park in California, USA (by ER Post).

Sequoia sempervirens - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

United States of America: "Panorama of a coast redwood, Sequoia sempervirens in Humboldt Redwoods State Park, California, with a large burl midway up its trunk.

To the redwoods again...The way to the never ending way...!!!

This State Park has some of the world's most majestic and ancient redwoods. Humboldt Redwoods State Park, California --photo by danielpivnick

Silver Roseus Ring

Silver Roseus Ring

An albino redwood tree

An 'albino' redwood is a redwood tree which is unable to produce chlorophyll, and so has white needles instead of the normal green. In order to survive it must join its roots to a normal redwood from which it obtains nutrition as a parasite.

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