Product Description

Ginkgo biloba (Shrub Tree)

Ginkgolar trees are 20 to 35 meters in height and medium to large in size (some of the ginkgos in China can exceed 50 meters in length). The peaks are often angular, the leaves are long and scattered. Their roots generally go deep and are resistant to damage caused by wind and snow. Young ginkgos are usually thin and have grown longitudinally. They are less sparse. As the tree grows, the hill becomes wide. In the autumn leaves turn bright yellow and immediately fall (between 1-15 days). In general, they are extremely resistant to plant diseases, and they can resist plant insects very well, and the ability to create additional roots and buds on the surface of the ginkgo to live very long, with some trees reaching 2500 years old.