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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 124 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 124
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Newport, Ft. Bragg, Sherwood  - Tsuga Mertensiana, 9.1 ft girth, 45-50 ft. high - Rose Bay, 15-18 scales to buds, -- outer, lanceolate -- subulate "bracts"  Flower buds 6-8 times as long, containing flowers fully formed for anthesis a year hence -- these buds often fail to develop and small lateral leaf buds proliferate - Sea-beaten Redwoods near the ocean -- suggestive of Monterey Cypress - Vitality of the Redwoods, masts eaten to the top by fire -- fringe of foliage on one side nearly to the top. Bush growth from ::::::::: Valley, July 31 - Aug 1, 1897.  about blackened stump. Fallen redwoods -- no tap root. -- noted near Ft. Bragg.  Ft. Bragg to Sherwood. - Douglas Spruce 225 ft high, 8.4 ft. girth - Redwoods, method of felling, chop on one side, saw on other. - Circular cracking in trunks, due to bending. - Redwood 33 ft girth, 175-200 ft. h. - Madrona in woods of Redwood and Spruce -- no time to spread themselves, had to hustle to get a little head away up. - Tan Oak, 6 ft. at 4 ft. -- 75-85 ft. h.                  5.6 "  "  "  "  -- 110 ft. h.
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