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 If you’re looking for an indestructible tree, here it is.

The Gingko tree (Ginkgo biloba) is also called the Maidenhair tree. It is a truly unique tree that has no close living relatives.

The Gingko tree can tolerate most anything. It does well in poor soil, compacted soil can withstand drought, winter salt and even air pollution. They are usually deep rooted and resistant to snow and wind damage.

The leaves on the Gingko are an interesting fan shape that flutters in the slightest breeze. They are a beautiful dark green from spring to summer usually 2-4 inches but can sometimes be up to 6 inches long.

In autumn the leaves turn a brilliant, saturated yellow. One of the most favored and popular characteristics of the Gingko tree.

The female Gingko tree produces a yellow orange, plum-like fruit. The nuts inside the fruit are considered a delicacy in Asian cooking.

The extract from the leaves are used in Gingko Biloba supplements to improve memory, symptoms of dementia and blood flow.

The Gingko Tree can live 1,000 or more years, has been around since the dinosaurs, and is as beautiful as it is beneficial. It is a conversation starter that would be an interesting addition to any yard.

* Pest and disease resistant
* Unique leaves with medicinal benefits
* Beautiful fall color


Plant Facts

Family Ginkgo biloba
Foliage Green
Mature Height 40 - 60 feet
Mature Spread 30 - 40 feet
Soil Widely Adaptable
Zones 4-8
Mature Form Pyramidal, Irregular, Horizontal
Growth Rate Rapid
Sun Exposure Full Sun - Partial Sun
Flower Color Insignificant
Fall Color Yellow

Ginkgo Trees.

Rating: 4.8/5 based on 16 review(s)
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Great reading on how to care for one Review by Gecko
It is very interesting to read about a tree that lived threw the Dinasure period. Would love to grow one or two.
Phenomenol Tree Review by ablpete
These will be the 8th and 9th Ginkgoes I have planted. (Two at my first two houses, three at the third house. More to follow here,) The first ones I planted are now over 40 feet tall. These are great shade trees. They grow 1 to 1-1/2 feet per year. They love to be pruned and shaped. They have outlived all of their natural enemies, except lightning.
Tolerant of many soils Review by Nick
I started this Ginkgo is some of my toughest soil and it is growing well. I tried to plant a pine tree there before and it died in a hurry. When they say it will handle tough soils, they are right, in this case for sure.
Hardy tree Review by Armin
I planted a row of these trees to begin to develop a tree line. They grew much faster than the oaks and they grew more evenly. I have good start for a bunch of wildlife shelter.
Nice tree and good customer service Review by tm4ever
My first time ordering from Nature Hills although I have listened to their gardening advice now for years. I just couldnt find a good specimen of this tree locally and thought I would take the chance. Ordering from other nurseries a 4-5 ft tree is usally like 3 1/2 foot but not this one. This tree was near 5 ft which excited me upon receipt. This tree has really taken off, you can tell it was well taken care of at the nursery and shipped well. Will definitely be buying more trees from here.

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