Berg: We have a big screening tomorrow night up in redwood City.
They built a redwood garden fence and installed a flagstone court and sidewalks.
Someday we'll wonder how we ever thought flushing a redwood down the drain was a reasonable thing to do.
Yellow crime-scene tape went up around the 125-year-old redwood structure.
Nobody chooses to get married in a redwood forest unless they love redwood forests.
The bark peelers do their principal work in the California redwood region, because there the oak is at its best.
It was in vain I struggled, and explained that redwood was waiting for me.
When the world first floated there was just one big white redwood tree called Kus-choo-ke.
“We need not discuss this, redwood,” said Mr Jarman, and walked away.
Here, Hall had told them, they would find the true home of the redwood.
1610s, "wood that has a red hue," from red (adj.1) + wood (n.). Of various types of New World trees that yield such wood, from 1716; specifically of the California Sequoia sempervirens from 1819. In Scottish English 16c.-18c. the same word as an adjective meant "completely deranged, raving, stark mad," from wood (adj.).