Sequoiadendron giganteum 'Glaucum'
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- Pot size: 7L
- 25-48m (82ft) x 8m (26ft) after 20-50 years
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Giant redwoods are indigenous to the western slopes of the Sierra Navada in California, where they grow naturally in monumental groves. The name Sequoiadendron comes from the 19th-century Cherokee linguist Sequojah. Its Victorian name, ‘Wellingtonia,’ was acquired following the death of the Duke of Wellington in 1852.
This tree is only suitable for a very large garden, estate or parkland but it can be a great point of interest in large school grounds or as a focal point in a suitable area of public or common land
- Moist, well drained soil
- Full sun, partial shade, shade
- All aspects
These large, flame-shaped trees require no pruning even when young, they simply need ample space and, like any other conifer, need appropriate watering while establishing.
Wonderfully pine scented foliage
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