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Ginkgo Tree

$99.00
The Ginkgo Bonsai (also known as Ginkgo biloba) was discovered in eastern China, and is unique as the last remaining member of trees common in the prehistoric times. In eastern cultures, the Ginkgo tree is considered to be the “Fountain of Youth” plant, which helps promote overall health.
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The Ginkgo Bonsai (also known as Ginkgo biloba) was discovered in eastern China, and is unique as the last remaining member of trees common in the prehistoric times. In eastern cultures, the Ginkgo tree is considered to be the “Fountain of Youth” plant, which helps promote overall health. Recognizable for its fan-style fossil leaves, Ginkgos are deciduous trees and will lose all of its leaves during the winter. With proper care, Ginkgos can live to be up to 100 years or more.

The Ginkgo Bonsai tree enjoy full sun or partial shade. The sun will increase the autumn color. Ginkgo bonsai tree, aged 4-6 years old, arrives in a 8" traditional brown ceramic pot. Pot shape may vary depending on availability. The Ginkgo bonsai with the pot measures approximately 12''-15'' tall. Care information included. Ginkgo bonsai tree shape may vary from shown.

Tree Type: Deciduous (Loses all leaves during Winter)

Care Information

Tree Type: Deciduous: This tree will lose all its leaves during winter. Proper care during the winter period will ensure growth in the spring.
The Ginkgo Bonsai tree enjoys full sun to partial shade. The low intense sun will improve the autumn yellow color of the leaves.
Water daily, keeping the tree and soil moist at all times. Spray foliage regularly. During winter, the soil should be kept fairly dried to avoid frost-damage to the roots.
Protect from prolonged or severe freezing, as the roots can expand with water from the frost and burst.
Prune the Ginkgo with sharp gardening sheers. Prune branches and old shoots in late spring.
You can repot every year in late winter or early spring.
Fertilize twice a month during spring/mid-summer and in early September-October.

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