Ginkgo biloba 'Palo Alto' is a male, it is believed to have originated from the U.S.A. and is named after Palo Alto which is a city in California’s San Francisco Bay area. A nice Ginkgo, this cultivar has a relatively narrow, regular habit, the leaves are broad but deeply incised. In spring of 2019 the specimen in the National Collection flowered at an age of only five, which is quite remakable for the species. The annual growth rate is 25 to 30 cm, expect a hight of 10 - 15 m at maturity. Excellent autumn colour.