On yet another recent damp and miserably foggy summers day, I went for a walk to get out of the house and to my surprise stumbled on a Sequoia grove.
The grove isn’t particularly large – maybe 30 trees – in places only two or three trees deep, and was planted during the 1920-1930’s at the edge of the bushland along a small stream before it tumbles down to the valley below. About 80 years ago, many of these groves were planted in Australia.
The mist certainly made it much more atmospheric, but these trees have much, much more growing to do before they even come close to rivalling the giants of Northern California!
Happy Gardening 🙂