The ginkgo is one of the oldest, most distinct trees in the world. It can tolerate a variety of urban conditions, including heat, pollution, salt, and confined spaces — which is why it is found along many city streets in the United States. Some complain of the mess and odor associated with the fruit of the female ginkgo, so be aware when planting along walkways or heavily traveled areas.
- Features simple, fan-shaped leaves that are 2-3" long and wide
- Provides attractive yellow fall color
- Yields large seeds that are tan in color and plum-like in shape
- May grow slowly for several years after planting
- Bare root will be delivered at a height of 3'– 4'
- 1-gallon container will be delivered at a height of 1'– 1 1/2'
- 5-gallon container will be delivered at a height of 2'– 3'