|Sequoiadendron giganteum 'Pendula'|
|Common Name: Weeping Giant Redwood|
The weeping form of the Giant Redwood has
gray-green foliage and incredibly tightly-held
pendulous branches that go straight down
against the trunk. If the leader stays
straight - as it often will - it can be 15'
tall and only 2' wide. The leader can curve
and twist leaving a small footprint, with a
spectacular sculptural form. No matter, it
makes an incredible tree.