Sequoia sempervirens (Coastal redwood)

Sequoia sempervirens (Coastal redwood) is a very tall fast growing evergreen coniferous tree. It is native to coastal forest in California and Oregon, United States. It has a columnar upright shape with horizontal or pendulous branches. The bark is thick and soft and the foliage similar to yew. Redwoods are the tallest trees and include some of the oldest trees in the world.

Common name: Coastal redwood
Scientific name: Sequoia sempervirens
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How to plant

Sequoia is useful in large places where a tall fast growing tree is needed. It is one of the few conifers that will make new shoots in a trunk or branch with no leaves. Most of the conifers will simply die if the trunk is left with no leaves.

Sequoia sempervirens (Coastal redwood) leaves
Sequoia sempervirens (Coastal redwood) leaves

Climate

Sequoia grows in climates with cool summers and it tolerates wind and pollution.

Propagation

Sequoias are reproduced by seeds. Should be stratified and sown in spring.

They can also be reproduced by softwood cuttings in Summer or semi-hardwood cuttings in late summer or autumn.

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