Brookings represents the northern edge of the range of the coast redwood
- the only place in the Pacific Northwest where the great trees grow within a few miles of the Pacific Ocean.
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.
is expected to lose nearly one-fourth of its climate by 2080 and already is experiencing declining fog levels needed to sustain redwood growth.
But both have some way to go to match the tallest tree in the world: a Coast Redwood
in north California called Hyperion which is 115.
Vavona burl, vavona burr, redwood burl, redwood, coast redwood
, sequoia, California redwood
Nonetheless, she is a coast redwood
-- one of the world's most resilient trees -- and 40 percent of her systems are still intact.
Trees are plants, so that makes the coast redwood
the tallest plant on the planet
The club got an icy reception from the California Legislature when it urged the appropriation of $250,000 to buy the Coast Redwood
lands at Big Basin, and turn it into a state park.
You nominated a coast redwood
this year that fell just shy of becoming a new champion.
Large or small, she took all the plants home to the Pierce Street yard in west Eugene that's been her home since the mid-1970s - a coast redwood
tree in the back yard that was her height when she moved in now towers upwards of 100 feet over the back yard - and potted them, pruning the overgrown, greening up those that needed tender loving care and setting them out on tables in her front yard for word-of-mouth customers glad for a good deal.
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.