The ancient Ginkgo is well-known for its attractive fan-shaped foliage with butter-yellow autumn colour and a distinctive winter branch silhouette. A striking long term landscape feature for larger parks and gardens or avenue plantings. Seedling grown and can be variable in habit but generally exhibits reliable autumn colour.
Foliage is unique, fan-shaped, mid-green leaves turning butter yellow in autumn.
Tree shape is pyramidal to upright oval becoming round. Open structured and strongly branched.
|Ginkgo, Gingko, Maidenhair Tree
|Deciduous / Makuru (Winter) dormant
|10 - 15 M
|5 - 10 M
|Well-draining, rich, fertile soil.
|Performs best with regular water through hot weather.
|Ginkgo is a gymnosperm and does not technically flower, instead producing small pollen cones.
|Djilba to Kambarang (Spring)
|Male trees are non-toxic. Female trees can produce seeds which are toxic to humans and animals if ingested. There is no way to tell a male and female Ginkgo apart until these seeds appear.
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