Redwoods sentence example

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  • The Coast Range is heavily forested in the north, where rainfall is abundant in all seasons; but its lower ranges and valleys have a scanty tree growth in the south, where the rainfall is very light: here grow redwoods (Sequoia semperzirens) and live oaks (Quercus agrifolia).
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  • The redwoods are almost wholly unprotected by law, and the big trees very inadequately protected.
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  • redwoods planted in Grosvenor Park will not attain such astounding dimensions, but may nevertheless develop into very large specimens.
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  • Trees: Magnificent structures How have trees managed to evolve into 80,000 species, from tiny arctic willows to giant redwoods?
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  • There's a barbecue and a well deserved rest for cowboys and horses among the Canadian redwoods.
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  • The coast redwoods are the tallest living species on Earth.
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  • In Britain, giant redwoods were called Wellingtonias, in what was considered a fitting tribute to the Iron Duke.
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  • Luckily the two Redwoods planted in Grosvenor Park will not attain such astounding dimensions, but may nevertheless develop into very large specimens.
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  • There 's a barbecue and a well deserved rest for cowboys and horses among the Canadian Redwoods.
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  • Since then, it has grown and expanded, with the Coast Redwoods found inside some of the oldest trees within the garden's confines.
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  • From the image of a French street side café, or a lovely mountain view, to California's beautiful redwoods, or a wolf amidst snow-covered trees, a scenic tapestry tote bag is strong, functional and beautiful.
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  • Tucked away within the towering redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains sits the Brookdale Lodge.
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