It is a new variety which is not widely available in the trade. It was selected by Mr. Josef Hahnl ; Chorherrn Bezirk Tulln; Tulburgerstraße; Österreich Nähe Wien, Austria from a plant rowing at the Praskac Garden company near Tulln in Austria. Whilst he was working there as a gardener he observed this plant to shed down leaves always much later compared to the other wild Ginkgo plants. It was selected for the simple the foliage is retained for longer as it changes in the autumn before it drops.
Description - Ginkgo biloba ‘Late Fall Gold’ The foliage is typically variable for the species, some leaves bilobed, others entire with a crinkled edge. The annual growth rate is 15 cm, which suggests that in 10 years a plant will have reached a height and spread of 1.5 m – 2.0 m. The overall height and spread cannot be determined at this stage.
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