Ginkgo biloba 'Bryson City' from the U.S.A. The plant which would become known as 'Bryson City' was brought from China and planted in 1941 by Mary Bryson-Tipton. (Mrs. Bryson-Tipton was a missionary who was forced to leave when Japan invaded China). The original tree grows in downtown Bryson City, North Carolina, U.S.A. and was named 'Bryson City' by Mrs. Bryson-Tipton’s family.
Description - Ginkgo biloba 'Bryson City’ is an upright, columnar tree with a broad crown and eighty years later is approximately 20m high, with a spread of 7m.