The Doerner Fir is the tallest non-redwood tree on the planet, though an Australian eucalyptus is about the same height. This coastal Douglas fir is 327 feet, three inches tall. It grows in a remnant old-growth stand on the east side of Coos County in land managed by the Coos Bay BLM.
Current record holder is lower than the tallest known trees of this species - there have existed up to 101 m tall Tasmanian blue gums. The name of the tree - Neeminah Loggorale Meena - means "Mother and daughter" and has been given by Aboriginal students of St.James College, Sydney.
In Harmony Falls grove northeast from Mount St. Helens there was known 99 m tall noble fir before 1980. This tree is not standing anymore - it was destroyed by the catastrophic eruption of Mount St. Helens. Goat Marsh. Goat Marsh is beautiful natural area located some 7 - 8 km west from the crater of Mount St. Helens.
Tallest Shorea tree, Danum Valley is included in the following list: 10 tallest tree species of the world. References. Mongabay, World’s tallest tropical tree discovered, along with nearly 50 other record-breakers, 10 November 2016. Accessed on December 23, 2016.