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2pk Ginkgo Biloba Tree Grow Kit -Jurrasic Design - The Jonsteen Company

Item# 210-80790828-AF | Model# 80790828 | Added on July 27, 2020 |
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2pk Ginkgo Biloba Tree Grow Kit -Jurrasic Design - The Jonsteen Company
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"These fanciful grow kits, with their charming dinosaur-themed packaging, bring a smile as well as everything needed to germinate a tree that has existed on our planet for millions of years — what Darwin has called a ""living fossil."" Growing these ancient organisms is like taking a ride in a time machine! Once widely scattered across the face of the globe, the amazing Ginkgo biloba, commonly known as Ginkgo Tree, Golden Fossil Tree, or Maidenhair Tree, is not only a physically beautiful, strikingly-unique, and tenaciously-hardy tree, it is a living link to the remote, prehistoric past. Starting with their leathery, fan-shaped leaves, Ginkgo Trees have an ancient, otherworldly aspect to them. Ginkgos can grow quite large, with some reported to be over 160 feet tall in forests in China. Despite its propensity for prodigious growth, this tree also does well in containers and is quite amenable to pruning. Hence, it can be easily kept smaller for use in a small garden or as a deck or patio tree. Likewise, Ginkgos are also wonderful candidates for bonsai. Left to grow naturally in the landscape, Ginkgos typically reach a mature height of 60 to 100 feet with a stout, silvery trunk, and a branch spread of around 30-50 feet. It is an ideal and well-proportioned street or shade tree, with deep roots and a great resistance to damage from the elements, including wind, snow, pests, and urban pollution. In Autumn, the Ginkgo’s unmistakable leaves burnish to a deep saffron yellow. When ... read more
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