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Albino redwoods come in 7 different phenotypes or color variations:
  • White or off white
  • Bright yellow
  • Cellular virescent green
  • Pale green
  • Mottled
  • Non chimeric variegation
  • Chimeric variegation
Below are propagated examples of what colors can be seen in the wild:

Phenotypes Low Res


There are two distinct locations on a redwood tree where they can be found:
  • Aeriel: Growing in the form of an independent branch or leader
  • Basal: Water sprouts originating from adventitious buds off the tree's burl
Note: Be sure to click on the names of each albino redwood type for expanded description and photos.


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