Ginkgo biloba 'Todd's Dwarf' syn. 'Todd's', 'Todd's Broom', Todd's W.B.' (probably male) was found as a witch's broom on 'Stupka Broom. The plant produces several different leaf forms; including full leaves, tube leaves, and thread leaves, which is probabaly why several varying names have emerged. it is a small close growing plant which grows to a maxinim height and spread of 1.2 m in 10 years. This ginkgo is excellent for growing in containers. In the autumn, the leaves turn to a bright golden yellow.