maidenhair tree dwarf

Gingko Biloba Mariken

Gingko biloba tree - dwarf maidenhair
Mariken is a dwarf deciduous conifer. ginkgo variety, often grown as a bonsai. It’s smaller than the Jade Butterfly variety. This male cultivar does not produce fruit. It’s tough and tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions and will thrive in urban conditions.
It’s perfect as a specimen tree.

Height: 2′ – 3′

Width: 7′ -8′

Exposure: Full sun.

Fruit / Flower: Tan seeds on female trees. Only male trees are sold as nursery stock.

Fall Color: Yellow.

Water: Regular watering for the first 2 years to establish the root system is important.

Fertilizer: Use a general fertilizer once a year just before new growth. Mature trees do not need feeding.

Pruning: Make sure the tree is dormant before pruning. The best time is in late fall, winter, or early spring. This gingko has an upright spreading habit – any pruning is usually light to keep it in shape.

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