Ginkgo biloba 'David' is a slow growing male form originating from David Bömer’s Nursery at Vagevuurstraat 6a, 4882, Zundert, Netherlands. It is believed to have been a sport arising on Ginkgo biloba ‘Umbrella’ Whilst some consider this not to be a true dwarf, it is slow growing. This is an excellent plant to grow in a container or in a small garden as a specimen plant.
Description - Ginkgo biloba ‘David’ has an upright habit with outstretched branches, whist still managing to be compact. The foliage is typical of the species. Growth can vary from 15cm to 40cm a year (under nursery conditions). The growth rate suggest that in 10 years a plant will reach a height and spread of 2m - 3m. It is suggested that the ultimate hight and spread will be approximately 5m.