- Lindsay Creek Tree (Sequoia sempervirens)
- 2,721.5 tonne(s)/metric ton(s)
- United States (Fieldbrook)
The world's largest tree ever, was the Lindsay Creek Tree a coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) in Fieldbrook, California, USA which had a total mass of 2,721.5 tonnes (6,000,000 lb). The tree blew over in a storm in 1905 having never been accurately measured, although estimates suggest a diameter of 5.8 m (19 ft) (when measured at a height of 40 m, 130 ft), a height of 91-97 m (300-320 ft) and a trunk volume of 2,550 m³ (90,000 ft³).