Ginkgo

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Ginkgo: The Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) is a deciduous tree native to China and the far East. Ginkgo's date back over 200 million years, so there's been some time to learn about this species and its growing habits. Ginkgo thrives outdoors and can be left outdoors late into the fall. The Ginkgo's leaves emerge late in the spring. Usually, after night-time, frosts are an issue. 


BONSAI CARE


Ginkgo should be placed in sunny areas, ideally with minimal shade during mid-day. 


Watering:

  1. Ginkgo like moist soil and should not be let dry out. 
  2. Ginkgo needs to be winterized during the winter, and the soil should be kept minimally moist. 


  • Training: Ginkgo does best when new shoots are allowed to grow to 6 or more leaves and then cut back to the first two leaves.
  • Ginkgo can be wired year-round and take well to wiring. 


  • Repotting: young Ginkgo requires repotting every other year. Mature Ginkgo can be repotted every 3-5 years. The root system should not be pruned aggressively.


PRODUCT DETAILS

BABY: 10"-16" tall, comes in a 4" grower's pot. 

YOUNG: 12"-24" tall, comes in a 6" grower's pot. 


 

These are not seeds - But an Actual Living Bonsai Tree.

Please see our Choosing a Bonsai page for the age and dimensions regarding the different stages of our Bonsai (Baby, Young, & Mature).

Customer Reviews

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Deneen

This was okay

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Phillip

It survived winter in an unheated garage and getting it’s top chewed off by a dog. And it’s still been growing nicely this whole summer.

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Bret Wallace (Halifax, CA)
Ginkgo tree

Arrive quickly, and we’ll packaged. Tree looks healthy, just need to good weather to get here. Very happy with my purchase

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Hourglass )( (Mission, CA)
8 maples and a ginkgo

All made it in one piece expertly shipped in cardboard - all recyclable/reusable material. Very impressed with the size of the trees and the shape they were in upon delivery

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Xuanbo

Amazing tree received, more than satisfied experience, it was a huge tree instead of a “baby” one

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