The California Sequoia and Redwood Saplings - Hammacher Schlemmer - With an average life span of 2,000 years, these tress will provide shade to your yard for centuries to come!

The California Sequoia and Redwood Saplings - Hammacher Schlemmer - With an average life span of 2,000 years, these tress will provide shade to your yard for centuries to come!

Asian dust might be the secret to keeping California's sequoias alive | Popular Science

Asian dust might be the secret to keeping California's sequoias alive | Popular Science

USA: California: Sequoia National Park: General Sherman Tree, a Sequoia in the Giant Forest, surrounded by snow after a winter storm: two visitors gaze up at the world's largest tree in the forest of snow - © Sean Arbabi/ Arbabi Imagery

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USA: California: Sequoia National Park: General Sherman Tree, a Sequoia in the Giant Forest, surrounded by snow after a winter storm: two visitors gaze up at the world's largest tree in the forest of snow - © Sean Arbabi/ Arbabi Imagery

You've heard of California's renowned redwoods, but did you know about its sequoias? While redwood trees stand as the tallest trees in the world, sequoias are the largest. The biggest sequoia in the world, a tree fondly known as General Sherman, can be found in the Sunshine State's Sequoia National Park. Believe it or not, General Sherman is 275 feet tall, 102 feet wide and weighs 2.7 million pounds.

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You've heard of California's renowned redwoods, but did you know about its sequoias? While redwood trees stand as the tallest trees in the world, sequoias are the largest. The biggest sequoia in the world, a tree fondly known as General Sherman, can be found in the Sunshine State's Sequoia National Park. Believe it or not, General Sherman is 275 feet tall, 102 feet wide and weighs 2.7 million pounds.

This unusual tunnel can be seen in California's Sequoia National Park. The drive is cut through the tree trunk of a Sequoia which fell in 1937. Instead of removing it from the road, the park administration decided to cut a tunnel in it. It's 5.18 m. (17 ft.) wide and 2.44 m. (8 ft.) high.

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This unusual tunnel can be seen in California's Sequoia National Park. The drive is cut through the tree trunk of a Sequoia which fell in 1937. Instead of removing it from the road, the park administration decided to cut a tunnel in it. It's 5.18 m. (17 ft.) wide and 2.44 m. (8 ft.) high.

California Sequoia Redwoods. Ooops.  It is a place I've gone.  If you haven't you should.

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Forget San Francisco and the Bay Area - travel to the REAL Northern California - Sequoia, Redwoods and other road trips

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California's Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park - An Overview: Lower Vidette Meadow in Kings Canyon National Park, California

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