This ginkgo boasts fan-shaped green leaves that transition to a vibrant golden yellow in autumn.
Its upright shape makes it optimal for terrace plantings, and it is resistant to insect and disease problems, as well as salt, poor soil, pollution, and drought.
Interesting note: It is also known as the maidenhair tree due to its bilobed leaves reminiscent of maidenhair ferns, and is a species that traces back over 200 million years.
It is a slow grower so be patient.
Shape: Upright broad conical
Fall foliage: Yellow
Exposure: Full sun
Photos courtesy of Bailey Nurseries