Whist this may not strictly be a distinct cultivar, it was kindly given to me as a scion by Mr. Charles Hunter from the U.S.A. and is certainly worth of inclusion in The National Collection of Ginkgo biloba & Cultivars. This plant grows in a park in Carmel, Indiana. U.S.A. and is remarkable because of its unruly habit and for the fact that it has never produced a single upright leader.
Description - Ginkgo biloba (Crazy Daisy) is a very broad spreading form that produces strong branches that ascend vigorously at approximately 45 degrees, low down from the main trunk. The foliage is typical of the species. Height 3m - 4m, spread 6m - 8m.