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Ginkgo: how long in US?

Ann annbal at thecia.net
Tue Dec 5 06:46:13 EST 2000

kwantenzap at xs4all.nl (CorK) expounded:

>There are not many old Ginkgos in the USA. That's why it is sad and
>uncivilized to cut down a rare 100-year old female Ginkgo (read my
>Much information about the tree Ginkgo biloba (and also about its
>presence in America) can be read on my homepage:

Why do you continue to say there aren't many old Ginkgos here in the
USA, when so many have posted to tell you you're wrong?  I know of a
beauty, outside the Rockland MA Post Office, and several others here
in southeastern New England.  No, they aren't as common as Norway
Maples, but they're around.  They aren't rare.

Ann, Gardening in Zone 6a
Just south of Boston, MA

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