Looking up through a Coastal Redwood canopy can be a dizzying and humbling experience. These majestic conifers (Sequoia sempervirens) can rise over 350 feet, reach diameters of 22 feet, and live an average of 700 years. Life begins as a seed from tiny one-inch cones or through sprouting from the shallow root system. The canopy’s separate ecosystem can support wandering salamanders, red tree voles, five-fingered ferns and red huckleberry shrubs. Redwoods depend on fog for more than 30% of their water needs. They are are high in tannin and do not produce resin or pitch, making them naturally resistant to insects, fungi, and fire.
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