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Annalisa@ 6:37pm 01-06-2017

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Belluno Dolomites Italy
Hallo from Italy.

I got to learn about the gingko tree recently.
Since then I haven't stopped to look for its presence wherever I go
Soon I will send you information about Gingkos in my town, and in Italy in general.

Your website is a treasure, .... sooo many Gingko lovers all around the world...! Thank you for it Cor !
Annalisa
Patricia@ 7:41pm 12-05-2016

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Bradford, Pennsylvania USA
I've always loved the ginkgo tree. I was pleased to pick out a spot for my beloved mother's burial in a cemetery where there are a dozen gingko trees. They are beautiful any time, but especially in the Fall. Thank you, Cor Kwant, for your informative website!
Chris Molloy@ 10:23pm 11-23-2016

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London
There is. Large ginkgo tree in the front garden of
27 Freegrove Road, london N7.
It's as tall as the 3 story house and is a mature
Tree. I couldnt put my arms around it. Worth a
Look!!! All the best!
kakha@ 6:59am 11-12-2016

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Batumi, Georgia
Thanks for the website, Ginkgo is the best, Big hi from Ginkgo fan from Republic of Georgia !
Johnny@ 12:26am 11-10-2016
Great site, keep it up!
Robert Koelma@ 3:17pm 08-17-2016

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Den haag Nederland
Hallo Cor.

Top site! Ik ben helemaal ondf de indruk.

Ik wil graag weten hoe ik het best een bonsai kan maken van een ginkgo.

Kan ik.bijvoorbeeld een tak van een boom.zagen en in de grond of aarde steken? Of is het beter om te enten?

Succes verder. Met vriendelike groet.

Robert
Karin@ 1:05pm 07-16-2016

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Oulu
Hello there

I have an aunt in Germany who loves Ginkgo trees and in every city she visits, she tries to find one. I live in northern Finland and can tell you we have a ginkgo here in the Oulu University Botanical Gardens, in a greenhouse.

http://www.oulu.fi/biodiversityunit/node/16480

Is this maybe the most northern tree ?

Thanks for this website

Karin
Jakub Talich@ 5:48pm 07-13-2016

Town/country

Rush
Wonderful website filled with lots of important information. Thank you!
Rich H@ 8:08pm 06-29-2016

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Murrells Inlet SC
Looking for seed to grow as root/understock
jonathan young@ 12:14am 06-12-2016

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edinburgh
Thanks for all the wonderful advice and inspiration. Seed has germinated and now 4 inches tall. Think I may be overwatering it.
W N Marshall@ 5:54pm 06-10-2016

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UK
Wondered what our tree was because of rare leaf shape. Now very surprised by history, medicine, etc.

Thanks
Michael and Helena@ 11:28am 06-04-2016

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Särö Sweden";

We planted our Ginkgo in the garden but noted that it did not like a windy spot - difficult to find a sunny or half shady spot that was not windy. So we replanted in a pot and in its third year is thriving - now about 1 meter tall but a very thin stem that needs support. should we replant in a bigger pot as it grows more?
Éva@ 8:18pm 05-12-2016

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Budapest
Your webpage was very useful for my thesis about Ginkgo biloba, thank you very much! I'm a big fan of this plant, I have two of them.
Alessio@ 12:49pm 05-04-2016

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Follonica, Italy
Hi you'r doing such a great job with this website! My wife and I love so much the Ginkgo we used 33 young trees as a party favor (bombonniere) for our son's baptism! check yourself on Instagram kojoman87.

ginkgos at Scarlino Scalo (2)
at Follonica 1 big one at Giardino della Forestale, 1 on my balcony
at Filare at my sister's garden, it's pretty young still.
Mark@ 2:00am 03-28-2016

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Baltimore USA
Great web site, Thanks. We have two Ginkos in a cow pasture and the cows love the leaves, they eat them as fast as they come down in the fall. No harm done.

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