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Ginkgo biloba 'Stanley Cup' It originated from seed collected by Stan Tyson from a tree (which has been subsequently cut down) in Lake Park, Springfield, Illinois The United States of America. It is one of three cup leaved plants that grow in the It is one of three Ginkgo’s  that exhibit cup shaped leaves in the Nauvoo Collection, located in Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois.


Description - It has unusual, distinctly cup-shaped leaves that droop from the branches.  The annual growth is 10 - 20 cm, it is relatively slow growing. In 10 years, a plant will have achieved a height of 1.5 m - 2 m with a similar spread. In 2020 the original plant was 7m high with a spread of 4.5 m. The eventual height can be estimated to be in excess of 15m  with a spread of 8m.

Ginkgo biloba 'Stanley Cup'

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