What is the meaning of "Hyperion?"

"Hyperion," is a California redwood that is the tallest tree in the world, streching to a height of 379 feet. It is estimated to be at least 400 years old. We are inspired by its longevity and ability to weather adversity throughout its lifetime. 

Hyperion is also a Titan from Greek mythology. The son of Gaia, the goddess of the earth, and Uranus, the god of the sky. Hyperion represents watchfulness, wisdom, and light.


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