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Plant Name Habit Zone Rate Color Description
Sequoiadendron giganteum 'Barabits Requiem' Narrow Upright 6 Large Green A distinctive, attention-grabbing, sculptural tree. Branches arch out from the strong tapered trunk before cascading in curtains of foliage. The green foliage takes on rich bronze tones in winter. Fairly new to the marketplace, this cultivar grows wider and offers more durability and sturdiness than older weeping forms. Plant where it can become a focal point and admired for its individuality. Enjoys rich, well-drained soil.
Sequoiadendron giganteum 'Glaucum' Narrow Upright  6 Large Bluish Green This large, Giant Redwood cultivar grows more slowly than the species and maintains a more narrow form. Alone or with others in a cluster or a line, it makes a majestic, bluish-green windbreak, privacy screen or striking backdrop.
Sequoiadendron giganteum 'Hazel Smith' Broad Upright  6 Large Bluish Green This cultivar shares the typical, large, pyramidal form of the species, but it boasts blue foliage and better hardiness than the species. Selected by Don and Hazel Smith of Watnong Nursery, New Jersey, the dramatic tree was named to honor Mrs. Smith posthumously.
Sequoiadendron giganteum 'Pendulum' Narrow Upright 7 Large Green On a frosty Halloween night, you might imagine spooky eyes on this unforgettable garden personality. In daylight, the adaptable "Dr. Seuss" tree seems more friendly, with welcoming arms decked out with curtains of foliage. The main trunk grows mostly upright; then it will dip, droop, and grow upright again. Secondary branches also bob and weave, giving the tree apparent movement. Thick drapes of rich, green foliage conceal bark that is thick and fire resistant.
Sequoiadendron giganteum 'Von Martin' Broad Upright 6 Intermediate Green Growing at approximately ¼ the rate of the giant species, ‘Von Martin’ will provide all the charm and beauty of the North American native tree in a manageable size. Its compact pyramidal form is densely clothed in soothingly scented green foliage. Use as a single, conversation starting specimen or plant in groupings to create your own dwarf Sequoia forest. Grow in full sun.

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