Ginkgo biloba ‘Törpe Enlopes’ (sex unknown) is believed originally to be a Hungarian selection, there is a plant growing in the Arboretum Gera-Liebschwitz, founded by Siegfried Holzschuher which sadly is no longer open to the public. The plant we have in The National Collection of Ginkgo biloba & Cultivars originated from that source and was supplied by Herrenkamper Gaerten in Germany. Unfortunately, there is no other information available about the origins of this cultivar.
Description – Ginkgo biloba ‘Törpe Enlopes’. The leaves are smaller than the species, deeply bilobed with additional lobed on each half of the leaf. The annual growth rate is 40 cm, therefore in 10 years a plant could be reasonably expected to achieve 3 m to 4 min height with a spread of 2 m – 3m. The eventual size of this plant is not known
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