Sequoia Sempervirens - Coast or California Redwood
Sequoia Sempervirens is a native to coastal california, evergreen, incredibly long-lived tree living 1,200–1,800 years or more. This species includes the tallest living trees on Earth, reaching up to 115.5 meters in height and a trunk of up to 8 meters in diameter. These trees are among the oldest living things on Earth.
The coast redwood has a conical crown, with horizontal to slightly drooping branches.The bark is up to 30 cm thick, soft and fibrous, with a bright red-brown color when freshly exposed. The leaves are spirally arranged, 15–25 mm long and flat on young trees and shaded shoots in the lower crown of old trees.
The name Sequoia sometimes refers to the subfamily Sequoioideae, which includes Sequoiadendron Giganteum and Metasequoia (dawn redwood).
Minimum recommended temperature around -10C. Tree may lose leaves in lower temperatures, but does not affect the tree itself.