Yes, sequoias, including both giant sequoias (Sequoiadendron giganteum) and coast redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens), are evergreen trees.
This means that they retain their green foliage throughout the year and do not go through a period of shedding all their leaves at once, as deciduous trees do in the fall.
The term “evergreen” refers to trees that maintain their leaves or needles throughout the changing seasons, providing a continuous green canopy.
In the case of sequoias, their evergreen nature contributes to their ability to photosynthesize and produce food year-round, even during the winter months.
This adaptation is especially important in their native habitats, where they can experience mild to moderate temperatures throughout the year.