This tree has unusual fan-shaped green leaves.
The leaves turn a bright golden yellow in fall.
It has a nice narrow upright shape, making it ideal for terrace plantings.
No insect or disease problems.
Tolerant of salt, poor soil, pollution, and drought.
It is a slow grower, so be patient.
The ginkgo is also known by some as the maidenhair tree as the bilobed leaves resemble those of a maidenhair fern.
The species itself dates back over 200 million years ago and are long-lived trees.
Shape: Upright broad conical
Fall foliage: Yellow
Exposure: Full sun
Photos courtesy of Bailey Nurseries