Sequoia trees are redwood trees that have long lives and tend to grow to very large sizes. After 10 years of growth, a mature specimen will measure 2 to 3 feet (60 - 90 cm) tall and 2-thirds as wide, an annual growth rate of 2 to 3 inches (5 - 7.5 cm). You might think that these forest giants would be invincible, but in reality they are susceptible to a variety of diseases that can cut their lives short and quickly spread from one tree to another if … Sequoiadendron giganteum 'Pendulum' Weeping Giant Redwood An upright evergreen conifer with drooping branches held close to the trunk. Slowly growing to 25-40' tall and only 3-6' wide, this is a very audacious statement plant to add architectural interest. See our selection & buy online now. Conifer Kingdom offers a large selection of Dwarf Conifers & Evergreens in different colors, forms, and growth rates. Slow growing dwarf form with a compact pyramidal structure. Due to a narrow habit, 'Pendulum' is popular as a vertical green accent, especially close to buildings. Sequoiadendron giganteum 'Blauer Eichzwerg' is an dwarf, upright, pyramidal, selection of giant sequoia with short, stout, symmetrical branching and prickly blue-gray foliage that fades to more of a gray-blue color in winter. From our range of miniature and dwarf conifers we are able to offer interested gardeners the chance to acquire many plants not previously offered for sale anywhere. Comments. ... Sequoia gigantea glauca pyramidalis compacta Beissn. Home › Find Plants › Sequoia sempervirens 'Nana Pendula' Plant Details. (1891) is usually cited instead. The branches have a large number of stiff twigs with a number of short, broad scales, compared to the species. Please note we do not sell plug plants as sold by a lot of our competitors. Sequoia sempervirens 'Nana Pendula' Dwarf Weeping Coast Redwood Exposure: Plant Category: Conifers. That's because they can grow to heights of over 300 feet and usually feature massive trunks. Report a problem. Rating: No votes yet (Please login to add your rating.) All plants supplied are 2 to 3yrs old unless otherwise stated. Redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens), hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 through 9, are some of the most striking trees that you can find in a landscape. Please login or Register to leave a comment. Elegant weeping form, with a straight up growing top shoot. Every single one is different: while some grow upright with fine pendulous side branches, others develop unusual horizontal branching from which hangs a weeping curtain of foliage. No two look alike.