Ginkgo biloba ‘Scott’s Form’ originates from the Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore College, 500 College Ave, Swarthmore, in Delaware County, Pennsylvania 19081, United States. It was propagated from a tree that is in the Tree Peony Collection below Sproul Observatory. The person who propagated the tree and introduced it in to the trade is not known.
Description - Ginkgo biloba ‘Scott’s Form’ produces typically bilobed leaves, that are slightly larger than the norm. It is vigorous, growing 40 cm to 50 cm a year. It retains a leader when young. In 10 years the tree can be expected to have attained 4 m – 5 m, strongly branched with an open head. It retains these characteristics to maturity and will grow to in excess of 25 m with a spread of 10 m to 12m
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