";s:4:"text";s:2700:" See 2,000-year-old redwoods here Sequoia sempervirens is hexaploid (2n= 6x= 66). the 'The Great Park'—a plan to protect the Coast Redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains for eternity. Redwood trees reach the sky in California's Big Basin Redwoods State Park. Of the three types of redwoods, only two grow in North America. Officially, the oldest living coast redwood is at least 2,200 years old, but foresters believe some coast redwoods may be much older. New sprouts may come directly from a stump or downed tree's root system as a clone. The trees can reach ages of 2,000 years and regularly reach 600 years. To investigate the origins of this polyploidy Yang et al. 3. Genera of Sequoioideae were found in the Arctic Circle, Europe, North America, and throughout Asia and Japan. The Redwood Forest The Coast Redwood, Tallest Tree in the World.
Imagine taking an American football field and standing it on end. Studies show that coast redwoods capture more carbon dioxide (CO2) from our cars, trucks and power plants than any other tree on Earth.