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The Ginkgo or Maidenhair tree makes a remarkable feature in any garden and is renowned for its spectacular yellow autumn colour.Ginkgos are often seen as large trees in parks and gardens. However there are many varieties of Ginkgo biloba grown by us that are suitable for smaller gardens or courtyards. Ginkgos are very well suited to container growing where they will live happily for many years with minimal attention and occasional feeding. We have several twenty year old specimens thriving in pots.

Ginkgos are remarkably easy to care for and will grow in most conditions from sun through to shade The Ginkgo tree is completely hardy and often makes an excellent alternative to the Japanese maple. There are particularly dwarf varieties such as Ginkgo biloba 'Troll' which has a very small habit right up to larger columnar growing trees such as Gingko biloba 'Tremonia'. There is a size and shape of Ginkgo for every garden - have a look below for further information.

To read more about growing and maintaining a Ginkgo tree, click here: Big Plant Nursery Guide to growing Ginkgo trees

 
 
Ginkgo biloba Autumn Gold
Ginkgo biloba Barabits Nana
Ginkgo biloba Beijing Gold
Ginkgo biloba California Sunset
  Ginkgo biloba Ginkgo biloba Ginkgo biloba Ginkgo biloba
  grows up to 8 metres grows up to 2 metres grows 2 to 3 metres grows up to 3 metres
  open pyramidal habit dense, bonsai like habit bushy, dense growth yellow variegated leaves
  specimen tree great in a container rare, best in dappled shade rare, best in dappled shade
         
 
Ginkgo biloba Chi Chi
Gingko biloba Fairmount
Ginkgo biloba 'Horizontalis'
Ginkgo Jade Butterflies'
  Ginkgo biloba Ginkgo biloba
  Ginkgo grows 2 to 3 metres ginkgo grows up to 5 metres Ginkgo grows up to 1.5 metres Characteristic grows 2 to 4 metres
  Ginkgo bushy, dense growth ginkgo tall, slender growth Ginkgo horizontal habit Characteristic bushy habit
  Ginkgo ideal for a pot on a patio ginkgo adds height in a limited area Ginkgo ideal in a pot or planted Characteristic specimen, pot or planted
                 
 
Ginkgo 'Mariken'
Ginkgo biloba Pendula
Ginkgo biloba Saratoga
Ginkgo biloba Tremonia
 
 
  Characteristic grows up to 1.5 metres Characteristic grows 3 or more metres Characteristic grows up to 3 to 4 metres Characteristic grows 5 to 6 metres
  Characteristic dense, compact growth Characteristic arching, architectural habit Characteristic pyramidal, attractive leaves Characteristic narrow, columnar habit
  Characteristic great in a pot or open ground Characteristic great in a pot or open ground Characteristic great in a pot or planted Characteristic specimen tree
   
Ginkgo biloba Troll
 
 
Characteristic grows up to 1 metre
Characteristic very compact, slow growth
Characteristic excellent in a container
 
Ginkgo biloba Tubifolia
Characteristic grows up to 2 metres
Characteristic open, architectural habit
Characteristic great in a pot or open ground
 
Ginkgo biloba Variegata
Characteristic grows 2 to 3 metres
Characteristic slow, open growth
Characteristic rare, best in dappled shade
 

Ginkgo biloba Weeping Wonder

Characteristic grows 2 to 3 metres
Characteristic Very weeping, rare
Characteristic ideal in a pot or planted
 
 

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