Packaged Live Tree -- Giant Sequoia | Coast Redwood

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Giant Sequoia

Giant Sequoias are native to California's Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, where proud giants such as the General Sherman and General Grant trees have wowed National Park visitors for years. Giant Sequoias are hardy enough to grow well in virtually any climate, and are loved and cultivated throughout the world. This truly majestic species, the most massive of all trees, can live thousands of years and attain monumental size — up to 300 feet tall with trunks almost 40 feet in diameter. // Nursery Note // Fall and winter are seasons of “dormancy” for most trees in most places, and, as a result, even so-called evergreen trees display a distinct change of color during these seasons. Our trees are no exception. If the trees appear bronze, reddish, or brown-tipped, don't worry! Be assured, they are absolutely healthy. Bronzing reflects a normal, natural, seasonal color fluctuation — so take the opportunity to educate your customers, and enjoy the colorful trees of winter!

 

Coast Redwood

Reaching heights greater than 365 feet, the magnificent Coast Redwood is not only the planet's tallest tree, but also one of its longest-lived, with life-spans of more than 2,000 years. At maturity, typical Coast Redwoods tower 175 to 300 feet, and have massive trunks 8 to 20 feet in diameter with deeply furrowed, reddish-brown bark. Only 5% of America's ancient Redwoods remain, most under State and Federal protection. Now is a great time to plant a Coast Redwood! // Nursery Note // Fall and winter are seasons of “dormancy” for most trees in most places, and, as a result, even so-called evergreen trees display a distinct change of color during these seasons. Our trees are no exception. If the trees appear bronze, reddish, or brown-tipped, don't worry! Be assured, they are absolutely healthy. Bronzing reflects a normal, natural, seasonal color fluctuation — so take the opportunity to educate your customers, and enjoy the colorful trees of winter!