Ginkgo biloba 'Ross Moore' was discovered by Ross Moore in a client’s garden in Lenoir, North Carolina, in the United States of America. It is probably male, but this is yet to be confirmed.
Description – Ginkgo biloba 'Ross Moore' The foliage can be diverse, with some leaves being entire, but the majority are typically bi-lobed. The rate of growth is 30cm to 40 cm a year making it fairly slow growing. It is strongly weeping with an open habit. A plant located at the pedestrian entrance to The J.C. Raulston Arboretum, 4415 Beryl Rd, Raleigh, North Carolina 27606, United States is said to be 'slow and disappointing due to its lack of density and form'. However, this could make a good weeping tree for a small garden, with its light open habit. Ginkgo biloba 'Ross Moore' does exhibit particularly good autumn colour. Eventual height and spread is estimated to be 5 m.
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