Albino Redwood Tree


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Creeksong August 09, 2009, 06:33 AM
"If you are ever lucky enough to discover an Albino Redwood Tree," the book says, "NEVER tell anyone where it is." These trees never live very long or grow very big. Because there is no Chlorophyll in the needles, it is incapable of making its own food. It can only exist living as a parasite on the roots of another Redwood Tree.
Katie Rose December 01, 2009, 06:07 AM
Hi I'm emailing because I just recently went with my partner hiking in Humboldt County and we found an Albino Redwood in Founders Grove of the Avenue of the Giants. Where is your albino redwood located? Our goal is to see all of them :) They're beautiful ghosts of the forests!
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