Ginkgo biloba 'Barabit’s Fastigiata' Little has been documented about this cultivar. It is a male form, selected by Dr. Elemar Barabit from Hungary, and is claimed to have been introduced into the trade by David Bomer from Boomkwekerij Bomer from the Netherlands.
Description - Ginkgo biloba 'Barabit’s Fastigiata’. It has a good columnar form with a slim upright habit. Leaves are larger than the species, but smaller than other forms found and introduced by Dr. Elemar Barabit. It is slow growing; sources suggest that it will only put on about 10 cm a year. Height in 10 years is suggested to be in the region of 3 m. This is another cultivar that can be pruned during the dormant season to improve the shape.