Ginkgo biloba

Beautiful Ginkgo biloba tree, stunning in the autumn season. This one’s near the duck pond at Dunedin Botanic Garden, photographed on two different recent visits. ~aka ginkgo, gingko or maidenhair tree.


~ first two photos taken 20 May.
~ second two photos taken 12 May.

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Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2021)

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  1. A beautiful tree! Gingko trees are not grown often here but I do sometimes see one in a garden. I was lucky enough to be able to gather some fallen leaves from one that I shall play with when I have time for some printmaking. 🙂

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  2. This (at least partly) golden gingko is brilliant, Liz. I remember gingko trees from Germany, but don’t recall seeing them in Colorado. I just looked it up–they can be grown here as well. I will have to pay closer attention to find one.

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