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Ginkgo biloba ‘Peve Twisted’ Syn. ‘Kronkel’ ‘October Glory’ This cultivar was first named as 'Pevé Kronkel'. (Kronkel is a Dutch word for twisted). It was then re-named 'Pevé Twisted'. This plant was discovered by Pet Vergeldt on his nursery in Lottum,  the Netherlands growing as a seedling.  There is another cultivar with a remarkably similar habit, that is Gingko biloba Robbie’s Twist’, but that plant originates from The United States of America.


Description - Ginkgo biloba ‘Peve Twisted’ syn. ‘Kronkel’ and ‘October Glory’ produces foliage which in the most part is entire (not bi-lobed). The growth rate is approximately 20 cm a year, depending if the shoot is twisted or straight. Generally speaking, it is an upright form, that produces slightly twisted branches.

Ginkgo biloba ‘Peve Twisted’ Syn. ‘Kronkel’ ‘October Glory’

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