California Redwoods stretch from Humboldt County’s vast plains to the valleys of the Big Sur Coast. A redwood’s roots are shallow, only 4-8 feet on average, and they have no tap roots. The root systems extend to 100 feet or more, giving stability to the surrounding ground. The giant sequoia is the largest tree in the world in volume and has a huge trunk and a very slight taper. The redwood is the world’s tallest tree, and its trunk is slender.
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