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Plants Matching ginkgo

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Image of Ginkgo biloba

James H. Schutte

(Ginkgo, Princeton Sentry Ginkgo)

The commonly planted ‘Princeton Sentry’ is a fruitless maidenhair tree that’s distinguished by its tall, symmetrical, narrowly conical crown. Its fan-shaped leaves turn brilliant yellow in fall and in winter its stark, deeply furrowed, grayish tan bark and knobby branches add additional landscape interest.

Ginkgo is a tall, hardy tree native to eastern China. The story of this living fossil is a fascinating one. It is the last surviving species in Ginkgoaceae, a plant family that has existed...

Image of Ginkgo biloba

James H. Schutte

(Ginkgo)

The medium-sized, fruitless maidenhair tree, ‘Saratoga’, is distinguished by its dense branching and upright, rounded crown. In fall, its yellow-green, fan-shaped leaves turn bright yellow and in winter its stark, deeply furrowed, grayish tan bark and knobby branches add additional landscape interest.

Ginkgo is a tall, hardy tree native to eastern China. The story of this living fossil is a fascinating one. It is the last surviving species in Ginkgoaceae, a plant family that has existed for...

(Ginkgo, Shangri-la Ginkgo)

The medium-sized, fruitless maidenhair tree, 'Shangri-la', is distinguished by its relatively fast growth and dense, pyramidal crown. In fall, its interesting fan-shaped leaves turn yellow and in winter its stark, deeply furrowed, grayish tan bark and knobby branches add additional landscape interest.

Ginkgo is a tall, hardy tree native to eastern China. The story of this living fossil is a fascinating one. It is the last surviving species in Ginkgoaceae, a plant family that has existed for...

Image of Ginkgo biloba

James H. Schutte

(Ginkgo)

The compact, fruitless maidenhair tree, ‘Thelma’, is distinguished by its extra small, divided, somewhat cup-shaped leaves and almost bushy habit. In fall, its interesting fan-shaped leaves turn yellow and in winter its furrowed, grayish tan bark and knobby branches add additional landscape interest.

Ginkgo is a tall, hardy tree native to eastern China. The story of this living fossil is a fascinating one. It is the last surviving species in Ginkgoaceae, a plant family that has existed for 150...

Image of Ginkgo biloba

James H. Schutte

(Ginkgo)

The super dwarf, fruitless maidenhair tree, 'Todd's WB' ('Todd's Witch's Broom'), is distinguished by its extra lobed and cupped, fan-shaped leaves and bushy habit. In fall, its interesting fan-shaped leaves turn a bright shade of yellow and in winter its dense habit and knobby branches add additional landscape interest. This clone was discovered as a witch's broom by conifer lover, collector and master grafter, Joe Stupka.

Ginkgo is a tall, hardy tree native to eastern China. The story of this...

Image of Ginkgo biloba (Variegata Group) photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Ginkgo)

This ancient deciduous tree has large crown composed of sparse branches covered with interesting lobed, fan-shaped leaves that are unlike those of any other tree. They turn captivating shades of gold in fall and drop quickly, creating a bright carpet that slowly fades to brown. In the winter, its stark, deeply furrowed, grayish tan bark and knobby branches add additional landscape interest.

Ginkgo is a tall, hardy tree native to eastern China. The story of this living fossil is a fascinating...