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Giant Tree

Very tall or very large, usually fast growing trees, including many conifers, that can reach a height of 40 m (130 ft) or more. Some grow around 100 m (330 ft) tall. A phanerophyte in Raunkiær's life-form classification.

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Abies alba – European Silver Fir
A magnificent, very large conifer that can reach more than 50 m tall, native from the Pyrenees in Spain to the Carpathians, southern Italy and northern Greece to 1800 m. It has a straight trunk with whitish bark and a pyramidal crown and dark green, needlelike leaves with white undersides. Abies alb..
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Abies amabilis – Pacific Silver Fir
A very large conifer native to temperate rainforests from coastal southeastern Alaska to northern California to 2300 m elevation. It can reach to 75 m tall with a narrow, conical crown. In cultivation, Abies amabilis is hardy to USDA Zone 5 and a popular forestry tree for temperate climates due to i..
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A very large conifer native to the northwestern USA and southwestern Canada to 1600 m that can reach to over 75 m tall with a narrow, conical crown. In cultivation, Abies grandis is hardy to USDA Zone 6 and a popular forestry tree for temperate climates due to its fast growth...
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Abies magnifica – California Red Fir
A very large conifer to more than 50 m (165 ft.) tall, native to the Sierra Nevada from Oregon to California and Nevada between 1400 and 2700 m (4600 and 8900 ft.), with a pyramidal crown and bluish-green, needlelike leaves. Suited for temperate climates in USDA Zones 6 to 8. Seeds should be cold st..
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Abies pindrow – West Himalayan Fir
A beautiful, large conifer to 60 m (200 ft.) tall with a trunk to 2.4 m (8 ft.) in diameter and short branches that form a narrow, conical crown. The thin, glossy green, needle-like leaves can grow to 6 cm long. It is native to the western Himalayas from Afghanistan to Nepal between 2000 and 3000 m ..
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Abies procera – Noble Fir
Abies procera
Noble Fir

= Abies nobilis
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Abies spectabilis – East Himalayan Fir
A truly spectacular, very large conifer with a broadly conical crown to 60 m (200 ft.) tall, native to the cold, wet forests in the eastern Himalayas between northern Afghanistan and central Nepal from 2500 to 4000 m (8200 to 13100 ft.). It is best suited to temperate climates in USDA Zones 7 to 9...
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Acer laurinum
A large, evergreen, tropical maple that can reach to over 40 m tall, with gray bark and large, simple, glossy dark green leaves that are whitish underneath. Acer laurinum is rare but widespread in tropical forests from southern China and Indochina to the Philippines and southern India between 700 an..
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Afzelia xylocarpa – Makha Tree
A beautiful, medium to very large, dry deciduous tree with a spreading crown of drooping, dark, glossy green, pinnate leaves and conspicuous green and orange flowers that are followed by large, woody pods with very attractive, brown seeds with orange arils. Afzelia xylocarpa is related to Bauhinia a..
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Agathis australis – New Zealand Kauri
A giant conifer to 50 m (170 ft.) tall from the North Island of New Zealand to 600 m, with a trunk to 4 m (13 ft.) in diameter. One of the worlds largest trees...
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Ailanthus triphysa
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Araucaria bernieri – White Cone Araucaria
An absolutely spectacular, large Araucaria to 50 m (165 ft) tall with small, scale-like, triangular leaves and prominent, bluish white cones. It is endemic to moist, evergreen forests in southeastern New Caledonia to 700 m (2300 ft). In cultivation, Araucaria bernieri will do well in most tropical a..
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A large, evergreen conifer to more than 40 m tall, native to mixed forests from western Oregon in the U.S. to northern Baja California in Mexico between 900 and 2900 m. Its trunk can reach a diameter of more than 2 m, the crown is tall and narrow and leaves are tiny and scale-like. The soft, rot-res..
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A large tree that can grow to over 40 m tall with a straight trunk that holds a large, spreading crown. Similar to true mahogany in color and quality, the timber of Cariniana pyriformis has been in high demand and is marketed as Albarco. The species is native to rainforests in northern Colombia and ..
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Cedrela odorata – Spanish Cedar
A large, fast growing, dry deciduous tree to 60 m tall, with pinnate foliage, related to mahogany and widely distributed from Mexico south to tropical South America. It is a valuable timber tree with beautiful, rot and insect resistant, aromatic, moderately light wood...
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Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca'
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Cedrus deodara – Deodar Cedar, Himalaya Cedar
A large conifer, to 50 m (160 ft.) tall, with a thick trunk to more than 3 m (10 ft.) in diameter and beautiful, long, spreading branches with drooping tips. It is native to the Hindu Kush in Pakistan and the western Himalaya in India, where it is found up to 3000 m (9800 ft.). It is a popular ornam..
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Chamaecyparis lawsoniana – Port Orford Cedar
A very large, slender conifer with a trunk to 70 m (230 ft.) tall and to about 4 m (13 ft.) in diameter. The foliage consists of fine, pinnately arranged branchlets, densely covered with tiny, scale-like leaves. It is native only to southwesternmost Oregon and northernmost California, where it is fo..
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Chamaecyparis pisifera – Sawara Cypress
A large, narrow conifer with a trunk to 50 m (167 ft.) tall and to about 2 m (7 ft.) in diameter. The foliage consists of finely divided branchlets, densely covered with tiny, scale-like leaves. It is native to the Japanese Islands of Honshu and Kyushu, where it grows between 300 and 2600 m (1000 an..
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Cryptomeria japonica – Japanese Cedar, Sugi Cedar
A spectacular, large conifer to 60 m (200 ft.) tall with a trunk to 6 m (20 ft.) in diameter, covered in reddish bark, and a conical crown with spreading branches. The leaves are small, needle-like and dark green. It is native to southern Japan as well as southern China where it is found in a variet..
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Dracontomelon dao – New Guinea Walnut
A large, briefly deciduous tree to more than 45 m tall with large, broadly pinnate leaves that are bronze colored when young. The edible, clementine-sized, yellowish green fruits have a strong, musty odour and are popular with fruit bats. Dracontomelon dao is native lowland rainforests in southern t..
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Eucalyptus cloeziana – Gympie Messmate
A giant, evergreen tree to 55 m tall with rough bark, sicle-shaped, pendulous leaves and white flowers. It is native to eastern Queensland, Australia. Eucalyptus cloeziana is popular in tropical forestry for its heavy and extremely durable, yellowish brown wood...
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Eucalyptus deglupta – Rainbow Gum
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A giant tree that can reach more than 80 m tall with smooth, powdery pale gray to white bark, narrow, dark green leaves and white flowers. It is widely distributed in coastal eastern Australia. It makes a very desirable hardwood forestry tree that unites extremely fast growth (7 m in its first year)..
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Eucalyptus pellita – Red Stringybark
A large, evergreen tree that can reach to 40 m tall with narrow, pendulous leaves and white flowers. Native to eastern Australia, it is widely popular as a plantation tree for its fast growth and high quality wood. The wood is dark red, strong, durable and moderately heavy. Eucalyptus pellita also m..
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Eucalyptus tereticornis
A majestic tree, up to 50 m tall, originally distributed from New Guinea to eastern and southeastern Australia but cultivated elsewhere for its high quality wood, which is often used in construction, and for the leaves, which represent a source of aromatic oils. It develops a straight trunk covered ..
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Fagraea fragrans
A large, evergreen tree with small, simple leaves and small, scented white flowers followed by decorative, orange to red berries. It is a popular ornamental in tropical Asia as it is adaptable and can be cut into nearly any shape. It is also popular for its very hard, high quality wood. Fagraea frag..
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Ficus benghalensis – Banyan Tree
A very large, spreading tree native to southern Asia which, through aerial roots, will produce multiple trunks and can spread over an extensive area. The large leaves are glossy and have light veins, the fruits are small and red and are much enjoyed by the wildlife. A sacred tree in India it makes a..
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