The Taxodiaceae family consists of trees with leaves arranged either spirally or oppositely and both male and female sexual parts on the same individual (monoecious). This family contains both evergreen and deciduous members and includes Baldcypress, Redwood and Giant Sequoia trees. Click on the Dawn Redwood to the left for more information about the genus Metasequoia.

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