Ginkgo- Maidenhair Tree

Deciduous tree; it looks like an ordinary foliage tree, but actually belongs to a separate class of gymnosperms .


Initially a small column, but it will ultimately grow into an enormous tree, far too large for an ordinary garden. However, this will not happen in your lifetime.


Any improved garden soil is suitable. Propagation From cuttings in summer.

Ginkgo biloba: Height to 30 m, at first columnar in shape, later pyramidal. Branching starts low on the trunk; mature branches grow horizontally, drooping slightly at the tip. The twigs are bare, greyish in colour. The remarkable fan-shaped leaves are yellow in spring, green in summer, with fine autumn colouring. After a warm summer female trees will produce plum-like fruits.

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