Fertilizer for Dawn Redwood Trees?

Answer Dawn redwood, Metasequoia glyptostroboides, is a conifer favored by homeowners for its tall, loosely pyramidal shape and its delicate, ferny needles. This unusual plant is not hard to grow and dese... Read More »

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Difference Between a Larch & a Dawn Redwood Tree?

Larch and dawn redwood are deciduous conifers. They drop their needles every year. Larch and dawn redwood are different species of conifers and grow in different climates. Both are outstanding land... Read More »

Facts on Redwood Forest Trees?

Naturally found only on and near the coasts of northern California, the forests of coastal redwood trees(Sequoia semperviren), can't help but inspire awe, with trees reaching to heights of 300 feet... Read More »

How long do redwood trees live?

Coast redwoods (species name Sequoia sempervirens) are unusual not only for the astonishing height these trees attain but for their amazing lifespans. Redwoods often live several hundred years; som... Read More »

Are dawn redwoods good trees?

On One Hand: Dawn redwoods are fast-growing shade treesMost trees are "good," in that they provide products and refuge to wildlife. They play an integral part in a healthy environment. Trees also i... Read More »