not require pruning
they ever were to truly create a "Jurassic
Park," the Ginkgo tree would have to be planted
there for sure. The Ginkgo, as it's also known,
is the world's oldest living species of tree,
the sole survivor of the Ginkgolaceae family whose
fossil records date back to when dinosaurs roamed
the earth. These trees can live a long time, some
over 600 years, so you, your children, and generations
to come can enjoy this incredibly beautiful tree.
leaves of the Ginkgo tree have a unique fan-shape,
are green throughout the season, and then suddenly
in fall they turn to the brightest yellow you've
ever seen on a tree.
trees have an incredible ability to resist insects
and pollution, thus making it a fine ornamental
tree, suitable for many regions of the city or
suburbs as well as the country side. They have
also been planted in regions where owners wish
to discourage deer from plundering nearby gardens.
Although slow growing trees, with regular watering
and fertilizing, growth of about 3 feet per year