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Ginko biloba

The ginkgo is among the oldest tree species in the world. It grew in North America during the time of the dinosaurs. Its ability to adapt and survive makes it an excellent tree for urban areas, particularly along streets and in parking lots. Its fan-shaped leaves are easily recognized. They turn a brilliant yellow each autumn. Tree Montgomery plants fruitless ginkgo trees.

 Tree Height 
 Mature Crown Spread 
Tree Height
50-80 FT
Crown Width
30-40 FT
Per Year
<1-2 FT

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