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The Ginkgo, also known as Maidenhair Tree, is actually a deciduous conifer that is the only surviving member of a group of ancient plants believed to have inhabited the earth up to 150 million years ago. It features distinctive, two-lobed, fan-shaped green leaves with diverging veins. They are often called Maidenhair Trees in reference to the resemblance of their fan-shaped leaves to maidenhair fern leaflets. ‘Elmwood’ has a narrowly columnar crown and fan-shaped leaves that turn shades of yellow in the fall. In the winter, its stark, deeply furrowed, grayish tan bark and knobby branches provide winter interest.
Ginkgo biloba 'Elmwood'
Easily grown in average, medium moisture, sandy, well-drained soils but is adaptable to a wide rangeof soil conditions. Water regularly during the first growing season to establish a deep root system.
Narrowly columnar habit.
Distinctive green, fan-shaped leaves turn golden yellow in fall