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15m x 7m but slow growing
Lime-green fan shaped leaves with a thick texture that turn golden-yellow in autumn. this is one of the most ancient trees of the world
Full sun to part shade in well-drained soil
Specimen, parks, street tree, avenues
Ginkgo ‘Maidenhair Tree’ 6″ Pot
The Ginkgo or Maidenhair Tree is remarkably known as a ‘living fossil’, as it is the sole survivor of an ancient group of trees that date back to beyond the time of the dinosaurs. It is a perfect specimen or feature tree due to its long life and showy light green leaves which turn golden in Autumn. The leaves are an interesting ruffled shape.
The Maidenhair Tree remains virtually unchanged today and represents the only living bridge between ‘higher’ and ‘lower’ plants (between ferns and conifers). Maidenhair trees can be extremely long-lived, the oldest recorded individual being 3,500 years old.
6″/14cm pot size.