Sequoia sempervirens

Coastal
redwood

The tallest tree on earth. Redwoods can live up to 2,000 years and have far-reaching roots that connect with everything around them.

Ambassadors from another time

Redwoods predate man by millions of years and are known for their clever roots. When one dies, its root system will grow new trees around it.

Melaine Carlascio-Budd

“ This was an amazing experience, beautiful forest, and the best guide ever. ”

- Melaine Carlascio-Budd

Made for the fog

Redwoods absorb nearly 40% of their moisture from fog that condenses on its needles.

Built to last

Their thick, fibrous bark protects them from fires, while the bark’s acid shields them from disease and insect infections.

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