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Sequoia sempervirens (Redwood)

The tallest tree in the world, Sequoia sempervirens (Redwood) is a vigorous, densely branched, evergreen conifer of narrow-conical habit adorned with a massive trunk that is flared outward at the base, and a dense conical crown. Young trees have a graceful pyramidal shape with horizontal or drooping branches. As they mature, they begin to lose their lower branches to become tall and straight with a high crown.

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