The tallest trees in the Redwood Forest grow between 311-367 feet tall. Those are the really tall trees though, the ones that have been given the time to grow that tall. At lot of the trees have to be tall just to compete for sunlight, otherwise they can’t get what they need to grow because the taller trees are blocking the light. There are ferns and hemlocks in these forests as well.
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