California Big Trees

210 trees found.

28 feet tall, 31 foot canopy
31 inches in girth
67 Points

Cupaniopsis anacardioides - photo
A. Cowley, 2006 - Orange


92 feet tall, 39 foot canopy
312 inches in girth
414 Points

Cupressus sempervirens - photo
Natalie Rossington, 2015 - Kearny Park, Fresno


Dracaena draco
DRAGON TREE
National Champion
Co-Champion

39 feet tall, 41 foot canopy
175 inches in girth
224 Points

Dracaena draco - photo
Randy Baldwin and Jeff Chemnick, 2014 - Santa Barbara, CA


Dracaena draco
DRAGON TREE
National Champion
Co-Champion

44 feet tall, 33 foot canopy
172 inches in girth
224 Points

Dracaena draco - photo
Virginia Hayes, 2014 - Montecito, CA


34 feet tall, 43 foot canopy
67 inches in girth
112 Points

Eriobotrya deflexa - photo
Nick Araya, 2014 - South Coast Botanic Garden, Los Angeles


65 feet tall, 80 foot canopy
184 inches in girth
269 Points

Erythrina caffra - photo
Timothy L. Lindsay, 2016 - Virginia Robinson Gardens, Beverly Hills, CA


34 feet tall, 99 foot canopy
136 inches in girth
195 Points

Erythrina crista-galli - photo
A. Cowley, 1997 - Sacramento Capital Park #81


96 feet tall, 54 foot canopy
152 inches in girth
262 Points

Eucalyptus botryoides - photo
Matt Ritter, 2013 - Claremont


Eucalyptus camaldulensis
RIVER RED GUM
National Champion
Co-Champion

111 feet tall, 130 foot canopy
267 inches in girth
411 Points

Eucalyptus camaldulensis - photo
Matt Ritter, 2014 - San Luis Obispo, CA


110 feet tall, 109 foot canopy
258 inches in girth
395 Points

Eucalyptus cladocalyx - photo
May Ritter, 2015 - Santa Barbara Mission


71 feet tall, 73 foot canopy
129 inches in girth
218 Points

Eucalyptus cylindrocarpa - photo
Randy Baldwin, 2016 - Goleta, CA


Eucalyptus diversicolor
KARRI
National Champion

154 feet tall, 74 foot canopy
201 inches in girth
374 Points

Eucalyptus diversicolor - photo
Dr. Matt Ritter, 2007 - Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo


Eucalyptus globulus
BLUE GUM
National Champion

141 feet tall, 126 foot canopy
586 inches in girth
759 Points

Eucalyptus globulus - photo
R. Bush, 2001 - Petrolia


178 feet tall, 70 foot canopy
142 inches in girth
338 Points

A. Gibson, 1996 - U.C.L.A.


16 feet tall, 23 foot canopy
6 inches in girth
27 Points

Eucalyptus kruseana - photo
Chris Rippey, 2013 - Stanford University


Eucalyptus neglecta
OMEO GUM
National Champion

56 feet tall, 69 foot canopy
64 inches in girth
137 Points

Eucalyptus neglecta - photo
Mary McKenna, 2012 - Gilroy: Gavilan College


116 feet tall, 78 foot canopy
177 inches in girth
313 Points

Eucalyptus robusta - photo
A. Cowley, 1999 - Claremont


Eucalyptus rudis
FLOODED GUM
National Champion

123 feet tall, 82 foot canopy
162 inches in girth
306 Points

Eucalyptus rudis - photo
Randy Baldwin, 2016 - Goleta, CA


145 feet tall, 110 foot canopy
364 inches in girth
537 Points

Eucalyptus viminalis - photo
R & S. Adams, 1994 - Yountville


74 feet tall, 77 foot canopy
102 inches in girth
195 Points

Faidherbia albida - photo
Javier Quiroz, 2017 - the San Diego Zoo Safari Park


99 feet tall, 129 foot canopy
569 inches in girth
700 Points

Ficus macrophylla - photo
Matt Ritter, 2013 - Glendora


32 feet tall, 34 foot canopy
39 inches in girth
80 Points

Fraxinus dipetala - photo
F.T. Callahan, 1986 - Lake County


76 feet tall, 46 foot canopy
120 inches in girth
208 Points

Fraxinus latifolia - photo
A. Cowley, 2003 - Scicon


79 feet tall, 70 foot canopy
222 inches in girth
319 Points

Fraxinus quadrangulata - photo
A. Cowley, 1999 - Santa Ana


Fraxinus uhdei
EVERGREEN ASH
National Champion

70 feet tall, 83 foot canopy
260 inches in girth
351 Points

Fraxinus uhdei - photo
Michael Crane, 2013 - Los Angeles


72 feet tall, 86 foot canopy
179 inches in girth
273 Points

Fraxinus velutina - photo
C. Gilstrap, 1991 - Modesto


49 feet tall, 64 foot canopy
82 inches in girth
147 Points

Geijera parviflora - photo
Randy Baldwin, 2012 - Goleta


84 feet tall, 77 foot canopy
188 inches in girth
291 Points

Ginkgo biloba - photo
A. Cowley, 1998 - Sacramento Capital Park #223


76 feet tall, 18 foot canopy
126 inches in girth
207 Points

Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis - photo
A. Cowley, 2006 - Visalia


59 feet tall, 38 foot canopy
79 inches in girth
147 Points

Hesperocyparis abramsiana - photo
Theo Fitanides, 2016 - Regional Parks Botanic Garden


70 feet tall, 48 foot canopy
206 inches in girth
288 Points

Hesperocyparis forbesii - photo
A. Cowley, 1997 - Fresno


40 feet tall, 52 foot canopy
66 inches in girth
119 Points

Hesperocyparis goveniana - photo
A. Washburn, 1996 - Pt. Lobos State Park


55 feet tall, 45 foot canopy
155 inches in girth
221 Points

F.T. Callahan, 1981 - Amador County


102 feet tall, 111 foot canopy
588 inches in girth
718 Points

Hesperocyparis macrocarpa - photo
R. Huntington and Fiesta Garden School, 1994 - Pescadero


38 feet tall, 40 foot canopy
119 inches in girth
167 Points

Hesperocyparis nevadensis - photo
F.T. Callahan, 1976 - Sequoia National Forest


45 feet tall, 30 foot canopy
115 inches in girth
168 Points

Hesperocyparis nevadensis - photo
F.T. Callahan, 1976 - Sequoia National Forest


150 feet tall, 49 foot canopy
238 inches in girth
400 Points

Hesperocyparis pygmaea - photo
F.T. Callahan, 1991 - Mendocino County


58 feet tall, 63 foot canopy
244 inches in girth
318 Points

Hesperocyparis sargentii - photo
R. Nichols, 2001 - Richmond


37 feet tall, 28 foot canopy
70 inches in girth
114 Points

F.T. Callahan, 1976 - Cleveland National Forest


Heteromeles arbutifolia
TOYON
National Champion

32 feet tall, 28 foot canopy
58 inches in girth
97 Points

Heteromeles arbutifolia - photo
A. Cowley, 2004 - Santa Barbara Co.


64 feet tall, 45 foot canopy
82 inches in girth
157 Points

Hymenosporum flavum - photo
Randy Baldwin, 2015 - Santa Barbara


58 feet tall, 73 foot canopy
98 inches in girth
174 Points

Jacaranda mimosifolia - photo
A. Cowley, 1998 - Santa Ana


112 feet tall, 106 foot canopy
259 inches in girth
398 Points

Juglans californica - photo
G.R. Foster, 1973 - Chico


93 feet tall, 118 foot canopy
444 inches in girth
567 Points

Juglans hindsii - photo
Susan Alison Fulmer, 2008 - El Dorado


62 feet tall, 96 foot canopy
197 inches in girth
283 Points

F. Taylor, 1999 - Porterville


44 feet tall, 53 foot canopy
125 inches in girth
182 Points

Juniperus californica - photo
Robert Steers, 2015 - West Oinnacles


40 feet tall, 51 foot canopy
109 inches in girth
162 Points

Juniperus chinensis - photo
A. Cowley, 2004 - Orange


25 feet tall, 32 foot canopy
65 inches in girth
98 Points

Juniperus deppeana - photo
Chris Rippey, 2013 - Stanford University Arboretum


78 feet tall, 56 foot canopy
481 inches in girth
573 Points

Juniperus grandis - photo
J. R. Hall, 1983 - Stanislaus National Forest


40 feet tall, 56 foot canopy
260 inches in girth
314 Points

Juniperus osteosperma - photo
R. Witters, 1996 - Inyo National Forest