Tree, approximately 12-15 feet tall. Oppositely-arranged pinnately compound clusters of flat, deciduous needles. Trunk is red/brown with a cracked look to the bark. Branches are slightly upswept. New growth at twig termini.
Look to be around 15-20 years old
Growing not far from the garden.
Several young amenity trees
Woody, deciduous mature tree,
approximately 50' tall, 20-25 ' width, narrowly conical shaped crown, dbh is around 40-45 cm,
pale brownish orang looking bark, exfoliating, darker flakes looks like vertical lines, fissured,
ascending branches, branchlets are pendulous, bright medium brown,
winter buds present, 3-6 mm, yellowish brown scales, opposite lateral branchlets, alternating leaf scars.
Metasequoia glyptostroboides, the dawn redwood, is a fast-growing, critically endangered coniferous tree, the sole living species of the genus Metasequoia, one of three species in the subfamily Sequoioideae. It is native to the Sichuan-Hubei region of China. Although shortest of the redwoods, it grows to at least 200 ft (61 m) in height.