Rising above debris from partial collapses, what remains of the Washington Tree is showing its resilience with increasing green foliage. The giant sequoia tree, in Sequoia National Park's Giant Forest, is regarded as the second largest living tree behind the nearby – and better known – General Sherman Tree.
Rising above debris from partial collapses, what remains of the Washington Tree is showing its resilience with increasing green foliage. The giant sequoia tree, in Sequoia National Park's Giant Forest, is regarded as the second largest living tree behind the nearby – and better known – General Sherman Tree. Tim Sheehan tsheehan@fresnobee.com
Rising above debris from partial collapses, what remains of the Washington Tree is showing its resilience with increasing green foliage. The giant sequoia tree, in Sequoia National Park's Giant Forest, is regarded as the second largest living tree behind the nearby – and better known – General Sherman Tree. Tim Sheehan tsheehan@fresnobee.com