According to images on the Giant-Sequoia website, another massive redwood can be seen growing in Chapel Hill. By taking special care during extreme temperature changes, the Redwood tree will thrive. Wilson resident Woody Harrison said his grandfather got a few redwoods from a Norfolk, Va., nursery, and they thrived. 'Doesn't feel real:' Injured deputy's wife grateful for prayers, donations, U.S. coronavirus cases pass 4 million for the month of November, doubling the record set in October, Black firefighters in NC allege racism amid larger reckoning, Cumberland County families left with only memories after COVID deaths, Virus deaths approach spring record amid changing U.S. crisis, Remembering Raleigh: Saturday marks anniversary of historic, deadly 1988 tornado, Sunday night brings rain, slight chance of severe weather, No, an asteroid will not hit Earth on Nov. 29, Bridgewater expected to play vs. Vikings; McCaffrey unlikely, COVID-19 outbreak pushes Steelers-Ravens to next Tuesday, Small Business Saturday and shopping local this season could make or break some businesses, Cyber shopping is hunting season for hackers, Pushed by Pandemic, Amazon Goes on a Hiring Spree Without Equal, Editorial: Elections Board members' job is to advocate and protect voters, not partisanship, Editorial: If Trump tells followers to mask-up, they will, and he should, Fast food offers healthier options than burgers and fries, How COVID-19 could make health care easier, Nearly 1 million Sunbeam Crock-Pots recalled for burn risks, Steps to safely store your stuff for the winter, Map: Best holiday light displays in central NC, Instead of flotilla, Wrightsville Beach owners decorate docks to vie for prizes, Carolina Theatre of Durham temporarily closing, Police turn on bystander as he streams arrest of another, After holiday travel, shopping, experts predict surge in coronavirus deaths, Published: 2020-07-19 15:16:00 ©2020 Capitol Broadcasting Company, Inc. Get high school sports at your fingertips! They can reach heights over 300 feet with trunks more than 24 feet across. There are Redwood trees more than 2,000 years old. She has published a fantasy novel for young adults and writes articles on literature, pets, video games and tattoos. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. If you previously used a social network to login to WRAL.com, click the “Forgot your password” link to reset your password. Washable Face Masks made in NC with love - Shop Now! Zone 7 does not include the areas of California and Oregon where Redwoods grow naturally. A redwood tree evokes images of massively trunked and towering trees in the parks of northern California. Zone 8 spans from central Georgia through central Texas and up to western Oregon and Washington. Marilla Mulwane has been writing professionally since 2005. The redwoods have plenty of time to grow, considering the trees can live for up to 2,000 years. Best holiday lights displays in and around the Triangle, Photos from multi-vehicle crashes at I-40, I-85 interchange near Mebane, DRAUGHON DRAWS: Editorial Cartoons from CBC Opinion, 'Y'all are gonna kill each other:' Protesters from across political spectrum clash at Governor's Mansion, Kathryn Brown bids bittersweet farewell to WRAL, Play a life-size version of Candy Land in downtown Clayton, Toy safety group releases annual list of top 10 'worst' toys, Mysterious miniature house: Hidden remains of a popular Christmas Village from the 1960s, Purchase tickets for WRAL Nights of Lights 2020, Remembering Raleigh: 10 Christmas memories you'll only have if you grew up in Raleigh, Here's what the latest NC mask rules mean, Woman injured in airplane crash is making a remarkable recovery, 2020: Celebrating the Raleigh Christmas Parade, Winter 2020 outlook: Some snow, snaps of cold, NC Museum of Natural Sciences unveils world's first complete T. rex, Russia's massive ice rink takes 15 minutes for a single lap, Protesters from multiple political sides clash at Governor's Mansion (foul language warning). This tree only grows naturally in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The redwoods of Wilson are perhaps the most well-known in the state. There are three species of trees commonly called redwood trees, and each attains a different size and tolerates different climatic conditions. She graduated from the State University of New York, Oneonta with a Bachelor of Arts in English and creative writing.
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