Redwoods have grown and prospered in many areas of Europe, Asia and North America since the warm Paleozoic Era over 160 million years ago. Changes in climate have restricted their natural range and eliminated all but three genera of redwood...
Sequoioideae (redwoods) is subfamily of coniferous trees within the family
Cupressaceae. It is most common in the coastal forests of Northern California.
Although giant redwoods and giant sequoias share many similarities, they are
two distinct species. Find out what sets the giant redwood trees apart and learn ...
redwood tree section. Superlatives abound when a person tries to describe old-
growth redwoods: immense, ancient, stately, mysterious, powerful. Yet the trees ...
Sep 5, 2013 ... Giant sequoias and redwood trees grow hundreds of feet tall. They are found
primarily in California.
Jul 23, 2015 ... The tallest trees in the world are full of wonder, and a little mystery too.
Jul 27, 2013 ... A 3 minute visual-poetic film based on the Redwood trees, laced with tidbits of
information. There are 3 members of the Redwood tree family: ...
Giant Redwood Trees and majestic mountains, whales, Ewoks and Bigfoot!
Exploring the Eel River valley on the north coast of California.
Needles are shaped like a double-edged sword, and occur in a flat plane. They
are typically about 1/2-1" long and are green on top (although sometimes with ...
Redwood trees are ancient giants, the tallest living beings on the Earth, reaching
heights of up to 360 feet (100+ meters). Redwoods are also known for their ...