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Ginkgo biloba



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Ginkgo biloba
Ginkgo

An evolutionarily ancient species, the Ginkgo has been in existence for over 150 million years. It is a large pyramidal to wide rounded-pyramidal deciduous tree with unique fan-shaped leaves. It is a very adaptable species with few problems.

Habit:Pyramidal when young becoming wide rounded-pyramidal with large coarse branches that are often picturesque; unusual branch angles are common
Size:50 to 80' high
Color:Bright green
Texture:Medium in leaf and medium-coarse in winter
Hardiness:Zone 4b USDA
Habitat:Eastern China; previously native to North America in prehistoric times
Family:Ginkgoaceae

 
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