Ginkgo biloba 'Weeping Wonder' considered to be syn. with 'Mutant Weeper' is a female form found by Richard Eyre and Mike Dickenson in Springfield, Illinois in the U.S.A. as a sport growing on 'Weeping Pendulus' a selection of the cultivar 'Pendula'. Initially it grows upright and then produces secondary branches that weep downwards. The foliage is increadibly varieable, it produces entrire leaves, cut leaves and thread like leaves, an intresting novalty. it is an attractive plant and can be grown in a container. The overall height and spread are not known, but expect it to grow 2 m or slightly more in 10 years (slower in a container).