Coastal redwoods grow tall - almost 400 feet - and giant sequoias are massive. General Sherman Tree in Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park is more than 274 feet high and over 102 feet around its base. Find out where to see the California state tree and learn more about California's redwood forests.
Not only is the giant sequoia the California state tree, but General Grant Tree in Sequoia National Park is one of several trees that are called our Nation's Christmas tree.
The specimen of the California state tree shown in the picture is the General Sherman Tree in Sequoia National Park.