"tho' its walls wasn't as tall as a redwood, nay, more a spruce high. "
A Norway Spruce (Picea abies)
GNU Free Documentation LicenseA Norway Spruce (Picea abies) - Credit: MPF

The coastal redwood is commonly around sixty metres tall, although many reach beyond ninety metres. It is usually found in California (see bookmark p. 419) but also appears Great Britain, New Zealand and Hawaii. The tallest recorded is called Hyperion and can be found at the Redwood National Park. It is 115 metres tall. The spruce tree grows between 20 - 60 metres tall.