Ginkgo biloba ‘Green Pagoda’. The discovery is credited to Leo Gambardella of Northern Pacific Nurseries, Albany, Oregon, U.S.A.
Description - Ginkgo biloba 'Golden Pagoda' It has attractive foliage, the leaves often have four distinct lobes and are pale green on enraging, darkening with age. It is a slow growing form growing approximately 15cm a year. It grows symmetrically and makes a pleasing neat conical form. It should be approximately 1.5m high, with a spread of 05.m in a period of 10 years. Eventually it will attain a height of 6m with a spread of 4m. The autumn colour is exceptionally good.