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Redwood Trees at Big Basin State Park


Redwood Trees at Big Basin State Park (Sequoia sempervirens - Redwood tree)

Big Basin is in the redwood forest just northeast of Santa Cruz. It's still considered in the San Francisco Bay Area, even though it's really secluded. Photo taken Oct. 6, 2019.



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I can only imagine how wonderful the redwood forest is to visit! Lovely pic!

30 Oct, 2019

 

These trees seem to be growing very close together. Do they get thinned out as they get bigger. The ones we see over here are always single specimens of large size in parks etc. I haven't seen a redwood forest.

31 Oct, 2019

 

Kate 123:

Thanks! It is a beautiful sight! It goes on for miles.

31 Oct, 2019

 

Feverfew:

They never get thinned out and many are 1,000 years old or older! Redwood trees grow naturally in very dense forest. It's actually against the law to cut them down. The only way they can be cut is if they fall, as far as I know.

31 Oct, 2019



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