Ginkgo still in full autumn foliage in early June in Wagga Wagga Botanical Gardens

(1/12) Ginkgo still in full autumn foliage in early June in Wagga Wagga Botanical Gardens

Ginkgo Tree biloba ubicado

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These are the light brown nuts and green foliage of the Ginkgo tree

(3/12) These are the light brown nuts and green foliage of the Ginkgo tree

Gingko Tree

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Gingko Tree Road

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Brilliant golden leaves poised to fall from the ever beautiful Ginkgo.

(6/12) Brilliant golden leaves poised to fall from the ever beautiful Ginkgo.

Ginkgo Tree in Toowoomba QLD Australia

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Gingko Leaf

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Ginkgo For Sale (Size: Large)  (Grown from Seed)

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Leaf of the Ginkgo

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Ginkgo

Ginkgo biloba
A tall growing deciduous tree with maidenhair like foliage. The foliage colours golden yellow in Autumn. The female tree bears a plum-like cone with an ill smelling flesh, but the kernel is edible and sweet. Slow growing and requires good soil and plenty... Read More
Other Names: Maidenhair Tree

$39.00 ($29.00-$79.00 choose a size)

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Specifications of Ginkgo

Preferred Climate Subtropical, Warm TemperateLearn About Climate Zones

Grown From SeedlingLearn About Propagation Methods

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions) +10m

Plants required to Pollinate 3 Plants (Male and Female)Learn about Pollination

Can it Handle Frosts? Yes (Often below -2)

Amount of leaves in Winter? No Leaves (Deciduous)

Water Requirements Moderate Watering

Is it a Dwarf Fruit Tree? No (Full Size)

Time to Fruit/Flower/Harvest 5+ Years

Sun or Shade Full (Sun:80%-100%)

Preferred Soil Type Good Drainage

Soil pH Neutral (6.6-7.3pH)

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Hazelnut - Halls Giant

$34.00 ($34.00-$44.00 choose a size)

Halls Giant is the main pollinator for Ennis. It does not produce a big crop of nuts but it does shed large amounts of pollen late in the season. Every planting of hazelnuts should contain at least 20% pollinators.

Pistachio - Kerman Female

$89.00

The female Kerman Pistachio is popular in commercial production and has good flavour with a nice green colour to the kernal. Pistachio trees are best suited to areas with cold winters and hot dry summers, requiring 1000 hours below 7.5 degrees in the winter. Summer and autumn need to be dry to prevent fungal problems. Pistachios are dioecious meaning male and females flowers are produced on separate trees, one of each will be required for fruit set. Spreading habit, wider than it is tall. Pistachios tend toward biennial cropping, meaning they alternately bear lots of nuts one year, then very little the following year

Durian

$29.00 ($29.00-$69.00 choose a size)

Some people regard the durian as having a pleasantly sweet fragrance and an irresistible flavour; others find the aroma overpowering and it is common for them to be banned from public transport. The spikey fruits need to be handled with care, but once open the true richness of this unique fruit can be appreciated. The flavour is rich and sweet, it can be described as having a hint of roasted sweet potato or onion flavours but the one thing that is certain about the durian is that it tends to grow on people. The more you eat it the more likely you are to fall in love with it. Durian trees have one or two flowering and fruiting periods per year. A typical durian tree can bear fruit after four or five years. The durian fruit can hang from any branch and matures roughly three months after pollination. Growers often tie the fruit up to the branch so that when ready to fall they don't hit the ground and get damaged. Durians are very tropical and we only recommend them from areas north of Mackay in QLD.

Achacha

$42.95 ($27.00-$129.00 choose a size)

A cousin of the mangosteen, Achachas are tangy and refreshing with a delicate subtle sweetness, a fine balance between sweetness and acidity, producing an unusual taste sensation. Fruit should be picked mature as it does not ripen further on storage. Originating from the Bolivian part of the Amazon basin in South America, the Bolivian name of the fruit is Achachairu and translated means honey kiss. Achacha is protected by Plant Breeders Right (PBR) and cannot be grown or propagated without licence agreement with Achacha Fruit Group

Pine Nut

$29.00 ($19.75-$99.00 choose a size)

An attractive large pine tree that bears cones of edible nuts. These are considered a delicacy in Mediterranean style cooking, due to their sweet, buttery flavour. Trees can be expected to start producing cones from about year 6. But can take longer. Each cone holds about 50 nuts and 100 kg of cones holds about 20 kg of nuts. Grows best in dry cooler areas with excellent drainage. Trees can set nuts on their own, but cones may be poorly filled. Plant two or more to improve nut set.

Hazelnut - Ennis

$34.00 ($34.00-$44.00 choose a size)

Jumbo Nut, high yielding. Preferred variety for all markets. It requires cross pollination with the Halls Giant. The tree is moderately vigorous and has few suckers and is an abundant cropper. The shell is moderately firm and light brown with pronounced darker-colored stripes. Nuts are large and attractive, averaging 4.2 g, and have a kernel percentage of 48%.

Ginkgo Reviews & Tips

Star Rating

James
★★★★★ 9months ago

WEST RYDE, NSW

Ginkgo

This plant came bare root and it was my first experience of a bare root plant. A few weeks after planting in a pot it came to life and it's looking sooo great already. I can't wait for it to grow huge!

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Kloe
★★★★★ 13y ago

Adelaide, SA

I grew a dozen Gingkos from seed - it's a business, and five died, but the remaining seven are doing very well.  It will be some years before I can put these in the ground.  This tree is very slow growing, but so beautiful and worth the wait.

Emma1
★★★★ 13y ago

Bardon, Qld, Australia

I love the delicate leaves of this dinosaur tree. Don't like the looks of its bare branches in winter though.

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