Ginkgo biloba ‘Salve’ is a plant that the Weimar Ginkgo Museum, Windischenstraße 1, 99423 Weimar, Germany have had grown for them and sell. On enquiry the Ginkgo Museum were unable to provide any further information, which brings into question the not only the origin but the actual identity of this plant. It has been suggested by some sources that this is in fact Ginkgo biloba ‘Louis’ but this has not been substantiated.
Description - Ginkgo biloba ‘Salve’. The leaves are quite thick, smaller than the species. It is very slow growing, producing 5 cm of growth each year. The plant produces a very thick trunk and in 10 years it will produce a plant 50 cm to 60 cm in height and spread. Ther is a suggestion that it is best grown with the protection of light shade as the leaves are prone to scorching. The autumn colour is reasonable.
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