Redwood

Redwood

Takashi Murakami, ‘Flower Ball (3-D) Sequoia sempervirens.’, 2013

Takashi Murakami, ‘Flower Ball (3-D) Sequoia sempervirens.’, 2013

Golden Gate Park’s Botanical Garden is home to the century-old Redwood Grove

Golden Gate Park’s Botanical Garden is home to the century-old Redwood Grove

Bonsai Versions of the Worlds Tallest Tree

Bonsai Versions of the Worlds Tallest Tree

Sequoia sempervirens - California/ Coastal Redwood - Zone 7

Sequoia sempervirens - California/ Coastal Redwood - Zone 7

A new six-tower mixed-use project from Vincent Callebaut Architectures would incorporate community orchards, food gardens, and phytopurification lagoons in an attempt to build a sustainable and eco-friendly community. Named Hyperions after the world’s tallest tree (a Northern California Sequoia sempervirens that’s specific location is kept secret), the New Delhi-located project would be built out of cross-laminated timber (CLT) before being covered with food-producing gardens.

A new six-tower mixed-use project from Vincent Callebaut Architectures would incorporate community orchards, food gardens, and phytopurification lagoons in an attempt to build a sustainable and eco-friendly community. Named Hyperions after the world’s tallest tree (a Northern California Sequoia sempervirens that’s specific location is kept secret), the New Delhi-located project would be built out of cross-laminated timber (CLT) before being covered with food-producing gardens.

Sequoia sempervirens

Sequoia sempervirens

Sequoia sempervirens 'adpressa'

Sequoia sempervirens 'adpressa'

Tree Photograph - Scale - The Beautiful And Massive Giant Redwoods Sequoia Sempervirens In Redwood National Park. by Jamie Pham

Tree Photograph - Scale - The Beautiful And Massive Giant Redwoods Sequoia Sempervirens In Redwood National Park. by Jamie Pham

Little Tree profiles painted in acrylic paint on repurposed wood. Giant Sequoia, Douglas Fir, and Western Hemlock. Art by Atlanta artist Elizabeth Lang.

Little Tree profiles painted in acrylic paint on repurposed wood. Giant Sequoia, Douglas Fir, and Western Hemlock. Art by Atlanta artist Elizabeth Lang.

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