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The largest tree in Texas is a Bald Cypress that can be found in Real County. The tree is 96 feet tall and 36-1/2 feet around with a spread of 112 feet. 36 1 2 Feet, Feet Tall, 96 Feet, Largest Trees, Beautiful Texas, Big Trees, Hill Country Texas Places, Bald Cypress, 112 Feet
Giant Sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) is one of two Official State Trees, the other being the Coast Redwood. The General Sherman Tree is over 274 feet high and more than 102 feet in circumference at its base; it is widely considered to be the world's largest tree in overall volume.