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A. An old, redwood tree stood tall.
B. An old redwood tree stood tall.

This question is part of Commas with Coordinate & Cumulative Adjectives
Asked by Dsrt, Last updated: May 11, 2020

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Answered Mar 06, 2019

An old redwood tree stood tall.

These adjectives are cumulative, so you do not need commas. You can not mix up the order: a redwood old tree. You can not put and between them old and redwood. Since you can not mix up the order or put and between them, you know they are cumulative, so no commas.
 

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