Ginkgo biloba 'Kohout's Compact' was discovered by Jörg Kohout, Kriepitzer Str. 1 01920 – Elstra Prietitz, Sachsen, Germany and introduced into the trade from the Nursery bearing his name. This is an excellent slow growing cultivar, which has quite distinctive foliage, which sets it apart from other dwarf cultivars. The prefix KO in a cultivar name denotes plants introduced by Jörg Kohout.
Description - Ginkgo biloba 'Kohout's Compact'. This is a pleasing dwarf cultivar has attractive foliage with several lobes. It forms a neat compact plant, the overall height and spread have not been determined, but it is slow growing, certainly less than 2 m height and spread in 10 years. The foliage turns a bright yellow in the autumn.
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