grdngal48 at home.com
Mon Dec 4 17:13:52 EST 2000
Una Smith wrote:
> In New Haven, there is also a solitary specimen in Wooster Park. I
> don't know its sex: it has produced no fruits that I have seen, but
> that doesn't mean it is male. Apart from this specimen, all Ginkgo
> trees I know of are planted in mixed-sex or all-female populations.
Gingko bilobas are encouraged to be planted as street trees by the City
of Seattle. however the cultivars specified are male only. 'Autumn Gold'
and 'Princeton Sentry' - both male - are the most commonly offered
cultivars in this area.
Pam - gardengal
PNW zone 8
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