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Ginkgo Tree

Ginkgo biloba


Ginkgos are generally large trees, and they have angular crowns and long, erratic branches. They are usually deep rooted and resistant to wind and snow damage.


Ginkgos are nowadays most seen in China as well as the rest of Southeast Asia.

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1 Comment

AmirSohail 9 years ago

i think ginkgos are living fossils

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서울특별시 (Seoul), Republic of Korea

Spotted on Oct 26, 2012
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