Not to be confused with Ginkgo biloba ‘Globus’ or other plants with a similar name (of which there are several, see the entries below). Ginkgo biloba 'Globosa' was probably named after 1959, therefore because botanical Latin was used in the cultivar name the name is invalid. It was available to the trade in the Netherlands circa 2006. We believe that this plant is now being marketed as Ginkgo biloba ‘Globosa’ ‘Korinek’. It makes a good subject to grow in a container as a specimen plant and is often supplied by the European nursery stock industry as a ‘top worked’ tree.
Description - Ginkgo biloba ‘Globosa’ syn. ‘Korinek’. The foliage is not deeply divided, but well-rounded and is an attractive feature of the cultivar, so is the compact round habit. The annual growth rate is 15cm. After 10 years a plant rarely exceeds a height and spread of 1.5m - 2.0m. It colours up well in the autumn before dropping its leaves.
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