dawn redwood


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dawn redwood:

see sequoiasequoia
, name for the redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) and for the big tree, or giant sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum), both huge, coniferous evergreen trees of the bald cypress family, and for extinct related species.
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Park officials said that currently all of the dawn redwoods have turned either golden yellow or orange, with a few patches of red.
The art installation by John McQueen and Margo Mensing highlights the qualities of the Dawn Redwood trees through multiple media.
He bought a Dawn Redwood - another species which was found after it was believed to be extinct - in the 1960s.
They include rare Dawn Redwood and Maidenhair species.
Other endangered species include the dawn redwood, davidia (dove tree, a relative of the dogwood), and some aquilegia (columbines).
The list of acceptable "non-host" trees includes honey locust, dawn redwood, oaks, lindens, sweet gum, and tulip tree.
There is the newly-introduced Golden Dawn Redwood, the cultivar Goldrush and a rare Hungarian form of the Wellingtonia of Giant Redwood, with its weeping side branches cascading down the trunk.
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If you're visiting the Dell, look out for the nearby Dawn Redwood, about to turn a vivid rust colour.
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