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Here he reviewed several genera and reclassified several, including Taxodinm sempervirens, the extant genus of the Coast Redwood of California.
Redwoods of all varieties (giant sequoias, coast redwoods, and dawn redwoods) have bark with a reddish-brown hue because of high tannin levels.
Coast redwood is a California Floristic Province endemic, currently restricted to the coastal belt from central California to southern Oregon.
Water is just as precious to the coast redwood as it is to Sillett.
Wells--came together at crucial moments, and pushed forward the effort to save the California Coast redwoods from extinction through destruction by timber cutters.
Coast redwoods are among the oldest and tallest living things on the planet.
The hemlock find and photographing of this coast redwood were on a visit that coincided with tsunami conditions in northern California from the 2011 earthquake in Japan.
Madagascar Ebony, Coast Redwood, Safari Ebony and Kiawah Oak, all shown here, are four of Treefrog Veneer's six new pre-finished real wood veneer laminates for 2008.
The seeds for Shulman's plan: His own coast redwood grotto, which he planted 47 years ago behind his glass-sided house, one of the first to sport the sleek Modern style.
Nonetheless, she is a coast redwood -- one of the world's most resilient trees -- and 40 percent of her systems are still intact.
In 1850, there were nearly 2 million acres of ancient coast redwood forests in California.
You nominated a coast redwood this year that fell just shy of becoming a new champion.