How long does it take for a joshua tree to get to full size?



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    The full size of a Joshua Tree can differ, they average about 15 feet, but can grow as large as 40 feet tall.  They grow about 2 feet per year, taking 80 years to reach around 16 feet.  This is a very general answer however, tree growth varies with the climate and environmental conditions such as moisture content in the soil and elevation.

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    The height of Joshua trees, or Yucca brevifolias, usually varies between 15 to 40 feet and 1 to 3 feet in diameter. They grow in the Mojave Desert of Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and southwest California.

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