Is the General Sherman the largest tree in the world?

Answer The General Sherman, a giant sequoia, is 50,000 cubic feet in total volume, according to the University of Wisconsin. It is the earth's largest living organism and is 311 feet in height.Source:Univ... Read More »

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What is the largest tulip tree?

The yellow poplar is the largest species of tuliptree, easily reaching a height of more than 170 feet and a diameter in excess of 10 feet. In 1984, a 200-foot yellow poplar with a 23-foot girth was... Read More »

What is the largest linden tree?

According to the University of Minnesota, the largest tree in the linden family is the American linden, or basswood. The height of this tree measures 50 to 80 feet; other species of Linden reach he... Read More »

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What is the largest vegetable in the world?

The pumpkin is the largest vegetable. The world's largest pumpkin was grown in 2007, in Rhode Island, and weighed 1689 lbs. Even garden variety pumpkins (what would be considered usual) are larger ... Read More »