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Sequoia is a tall and fast-growing evergreen tree with attractive, reddish-brown fibrous bark, and yew-like foliage arranged in two ranks on the shoots; cones are small, reddish-brown when mature
S. sempervirens is a tree forming a narrowly conical crown, with fibrous, red-brown bark. Leaves 1-2cm, two-ranked, dark green above, whitish beneath. Cones globose, 2-3cm
Sequoia gigantea (Giant Redwood). This species is a evergreen, coniferous tree growing to 95m with thick spongy rusty red-brown bark. The green-grey leaves are whorled and scaled and are followed by ellipsoid cones.
It will survive in a wide range of climates. They prefer full sun or partial-shade with deep, well-drained soil.
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