As of 2014, the tallest tree in the world is a coast redwood named Hyperion located in Redwood National Park in California. The tree is 379.1 feet tall. More »

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The tallest plant in the world is the redwood tree, found in California. The tallest redwood tree was discovered in 2006 and measured 379 feet tall. More »

As of 2014, the tallest tree known in the world is 379 feet tall. Discovered in 2006 by Chris Atkins and Michael Taylor, the tree is a Northern California redwood named Hyperion. More »

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As of 2015, the biggest redwood tree in the world is a 379.1-foot-tall specimen found in Redwood National and State Parks in California. The tree is named Hyperion. It is not only the tallest redwood tree, but the talles... More »

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As of 2014, the tallest tree known in the world is 379 feet tall. Discovered in 2006 by Chris Atkins and Michael Taylor, the tree is a Northern California redwood named Hyperion. More »

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"Methuselah" is the nickname of the oldest living tree in the world, which was documented as being around 4,789 years old in 2011, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Methuselah is a bristlecone pine in the ... More »

As one of the most drought-resistant trees in the world, mature olive trees only need an occasional watering during prolonged periods of little rain or drought. Young trees may require up to 2.5 gallons weekly until they... More »