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The leaves of the Ginkgo Tree are completely resistant to insect and disease ravages, and tree parts are famous as an additive for capsules that improve health. The Ginkgo Tree will be a spectacular edition to your landscape, and is undisputedly one of the best shade trees of all time. The Ginkgo tree is most famous as the brightest Fall yellow color that glows brilliantly against the brown-black bark on the trunk. This most spectacular fall leaf changing specimen is for all to see at the Coastal Plains Experiment Station in Tifton, Ga., and are so resilient that four such trees survive today in Hiroshima, Japan approximately one mile from the atom bomb explosion in 1945.

• Ginkgo trees are exceptionally popular in the ivy league schools to plant as shade trees on campuses such as this tree pictured on the campus of Yale University at New Haven, CT, located near the Harkness Memorial Tower. The bright green color of the leaves vibrates on the wind blown twigs, and in the fall the electric yellow color of the Ginkgo Tree is unequaled by any other shade tree. Ginkgo Trees are also planted near the Osborne Botanical and Zoological Laboratories-across from the Yale University Peabody Museum. The Ginkgo Tree is also called the "Maidenhair tree," and is the same shade tree today as it appeared in fossils of Ginkgo biloba in North America millions of years ago.

• The Ginkgo tree is a non-flowering tree with absolutely no close living relatives. The Ginkgo trees, along with conifers, The Ginkgo tree was one of the first variety of modern trees to ever exist, dating back 270 million years. Ginkgo trees become a vibrant yellow in the fall and can grow upwards of 100' in height over a thousand year period. The large fan shaped leaves of the branches of the Ginkgo Tree are rich green and turn to a brilliant yellow in the Fall. Paleontologists thought that the Ginkgo tree was extinct, having only been found as ancient fossils in the rocks of European caves. The famous Ginkgo tree was thought to be extinct until the last century when isolated specimens of the tree were found growing near a monastery in the Orient.

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5 of 5 Excellent! July 16, 2020
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from NEWARK, DE United States  
Has grown continuously without any issues. Planted in March and it's got lots of leaves now in July. I do water it deeply once a week especially in the hot summer. The roots were thin compared to my Persimmon but it took to our clay soil without any issues!

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5 of 5 Ginkgo Tree July 4, 2020
Reviewer: Amy Chase from Louisville, KY United States  
My husband has always wanted a Ginkgo tree so I surprised him. It showed up looking like a stick without any leaves on it, so we initially were a little concerned. We found the perfect spot and planted it. Within a week it was growing multiple leaves and is still thriving! It is so exciting to watch it grow from a bare stick!

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5 of 5 Ginko can't wait to see June 18, 2020
Reviewer: Tammie Howell from Lillington, NC United States  
Can't wait to see the beauty  came nicely package

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5 of 5 My bad June 4, 2020
Reviewer: Mary Heyward Belser from CENTRAL, SC United States  
I was silly to order a tree in spring that can’t be planted until fall. I’m hoping to be able to keep the root ball alive until I can put it in the ground. Any advice from TyTy on this would be appreciated.

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4 of 5 Good condition June 4, 2020
Reviewer: Julie Rohs from Morrow, OH United States  
Tree in good condition.

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