Ginkgo biloba 'Chinski Pendula' is sometimes listed as 'Chinese Pendula' syn. 'Kazimierz Wielki' BARANOW®. Is male. It originates from Poland and is a recent introduction selected by Professor Stanisława Korszun at The University of Life Sciences in Poznań. The name it was given was in honour of Casimir III the Great (in Polish: Kazimierz III Wielki) who reigned as the King of Poland from 1333 to 1370.
It is a variety that is like Ginkgo biloba 'Horizontalis' in habit only.
Description - Ginkgo biloba 'Chinski Pendula' is sometimes listed as 'Chinese Pendula' syn. 'Kazimierz Wielki' BARANOW®. is a female. It has attractive foliage; the leaves are usually deeply incised and occasionally up to 20 cm across. This cultivar is strong and robust. It is most often top-worked creating small, attractive trees with slightly drooping branches. This practice results in the trees developing a wide, umbrella-like crown. A spread of 2 m plus should be expected in 10 years (the overall height will be dependent on the height of ‘working’ and if a leader is trained upwards).
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