Ginkgo biloba 'Scloss Dyck, Syn. 'Castle Scloss'. This is the genetic material of a tree planted in the 1800’s which grew in the park surrounding Castle Schloss, in Jüchen, Lower Rhine, The castle is one of the most culturally and historically important moated castles in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The tree was blown down by a storm and some material was propagated from it to preserve the genetic material giving rise to the cultivar Ginkgo biloba ‘Schloss Dyck’.
Description - Tinkgo biloba 'Scloss Dyck, Syn. 'Castle Scloss' , the foliage is typical of the species. The annual growth is approximately 10 cm 15 cm (but that could be the influence of the rootstock). It is too early to say what the habit is likely to be, but it should develop into a mature tree more than 20 m in height with a spread of 15 m or more
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