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Ginkgo biloba var. epiphylla ‘Makino’ This cultivar produces epiphyllous ovule leaves and was first noticed and published in 1929. (Published in: J. Jap. Bot. ((1929)). This is where the leaves are attached to the ovule instead of the stem of the plant. See also Ginkgo biloba 'Aerial' another epiphyllous form.


DescriptionGinkgo biloba epiphylla ‘Makino’. Is botanically speaking a remarkably interesting cultivar producing female flowers and ultimately a number of seeds fused with the leaves. Annual rate of growth is 30cm. It eventually goes onto produce an upright rounded form. 

Ginkgo biloba var. epiphylla ‘Makino’

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