Ginkgo biloba 'Stanley's Dwarf' is a male Ginkgo from the U.S.A. introduced by Larry Stanley of Stanley and Sons Nursery in Oregon in The United States of America.
Description – The leaves are quite different to the species, generally they are smaller (5 cm or so) with some having a resemblance to Ginkgo biloba ‘Saratoga’ .The stems are fairly well covered. The growth rate is approximately 20 cm a year. This cultivar grows n to form a neat tidy plant approximately 1.2 m to 2 m in height in 10 years. It produces reliable autumn colour and is a good plant to grow where space is limited or perhaps in a container.
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