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Giant sequoia along the 40th Avenue W, Magnolia Bluff in Seattle

There is one giant sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) along the 40th Avenue W, Magnolia Bluff in Seattle (King County).

The tree can be found north of Armour at 40th Ave W (2840 – 40th Ave W) and is privately owned by Paul and Bonnie Shure.

Source on the official site of the city of Seattle (pdf).

This tree is a neighborhood landmark, notable for its large size and two-trunk form, decidedly uncharacteristic of the world’s largest trees.

This tree was dedicated on Valentines Day, February 14, 2002.

The girth of the tree is 8.23 m measured at a height of 1.40 m (2008, City of Seattle). Its height is around 30.48 m (2008, measurement method unknown, City of Seattle).

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Giant sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) "1544"

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