|The Sequoia is not called "Giant" for nothing. With its massive trunk (up to 30 feet wide), it is considered the largest tree in the world. It is also one of the tallest trees on earth, reaching 325 feet. Its dense foliage is bushier and less clear than that of its relative, the Coast Redwood's. Blue-green when young, its foliage turns bright yellow-green with maturity. Its thick, ridged, fibrous bark and small cones are reddish brown. Adapt to cold dry climates and high altitudes. For best growth, water deeply and regularly until established.
This evergreen conifer grows fast, its bold conical shape in youth becoming a stately pyramid with age. Densely covered with sharp bluish green foliage. Thick, fibrous, red brown bark.
Attributes - Sequoiadendron giganteum
Plant Type: Shrub, Tree
Height: 60 ft. to 250 ft.
Width: 70 ft.
Sunlight: Full Sun
Climate: Zones 6, 7, 8, 9
Notes: Thrives in Acid Soil, Dry Climates. Drought Tolerant, Low Maintenance, Showy Flowers. Susceptible to Black Spot.