Common Name: coast redwood
Origin/Ecology: Native to southwest U.S.
Habit: Columnar, upright, >30m tall, >35m wide.
Leaves: Flat, needle-like, 2 ranked, dark green with 2 broad white stomatal bands below.
Leaf Arrangement: Spiral
Flowers and Fruit: Round seed cones, brown.
Bark: Fibrous, red-brown, deeply fissured.
Water Use, Soil: Acidic, well-drained.
Exposure: Full sun.
Landscape Uses: Shade tree, specimen.
Limitations: Pest and disease resistant.