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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