Dakota Gardener: The redwoods of North Dakota
August 8, 2022
Let’s face it. North Dakota does not have redwoods.
There was, however, a type of Sequoia that grew here 65 million years ago. But that doesn’t count today.
There are some pretty big trees here, though. The largest tree is a cottonwood that is 105 feet tall, with a whopping 30-foot circumference and a crown spread of 92 feet, located in Steele County.
The tallest tree is a different cottonw...