Sapling Stage (75-100 years old) Giant Sequoia. This stage is when they grow very fast and they grow with a narrow pointed top (spire crown). The spire crown makes sure
that the sun will reach at least part of each crown, so the tree can grow. The trees will keep the spire crowns for a hundred years or more until they are as much as 150 off the ground, and then the tops begin
to flatten out due to the dense and heavy limbs near the top. This is what makes the Giant Sequoia easy to spot from other redwoods, pine, or fir trees.