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Sequoia sempervirens

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Coast Redwood 

FAMILY: CUPRESSACEAE

Sequoia sempervirens - Coast Redwood

About Coast Redwood at OSU's Landscape Plants site

  • Native from coastal southwest Oregon and northern California.

  • Height can exceed 360’. Tallest tree in world and can live over 2,000 years.

  • Needles are fl at and 2-ranked on shoot (feather-like).

  • Needles near the top of tree are shorter, sharper, and radially arranged on shoot.

  • Seed cones are roundish, 0.75” long.

  • Fairly common in Portland.

Tree #LocationDimensionsPhoto and Notes
1673381 SE Francis St
Private, Rear Yard
70' Height
49' Spread
14.6' Circ.

This tree is most visible from SE 33rd Pl.

Sequoia sempervirens - Coast Redwood
282Hillside Park
Portland Parks & Recreation
112' Height
54' Spread
13.2' Circ.

This tree is to the right of the main entrance to the gymnasium.

Sequoia sempervirens - Coast Redwood
3017617 SE Main St
Private, Front Yard
120' Height
60' Spread
19.2' Circ.

This tree is adjacent to the exit for the parking lot at St. Andrews Care Center.

Sequoia sempervirens - Coast Redwood
329Peninsula Crossing Trail, near N Carey Blvd and N. Princeton St
Right-of-way
114' height
54' canopy spread
18' circumference
Sequoia sempervirens - Coast Redwood