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Ginkgo biloba 'Nauvoo Spreader' is female, it originates from the United States of America  from a collection located in Nauvoo, a small city in Hancock County, Illinois, United States. It is a failed grafted cultivar, once grafted with Ginkgo biloba ‘Ross Moore’ that has re-grown to form a small tree. The rootstock is a prolific bearer of fruit and the branches hang down under the wight of fruit, which might account to some degree for the habit of the plant.


Description - Ginkgo biloba 'Nauvoo Spreader'. The foliage is typical of the species. The young plant growing in the National Collection of Ginkgo biloba & Cultivars (from a scion kindly provided by our good friend Charles Hunter) has an annual growth rate of 40 cm – 50 cm. The original plant has an upright open, spreading habit without a definitive leader.

Ginkgo biloba 'Nauvoo Spreader'

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