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gail kennon@ 6:44pm 07-12-2012

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west new york,new jersey
hi...this is a ginkgo tree...www.hudsonreporter.com/view/full_stories_home/19286525/article--Hundreds-descend...

1 hour ago ... Hundreds descend on West New York(NJ) to pray after image of virgin saint spotted ... Guadalupe (Mexico's version of the Virgin Mary) was spotted by West New York resident Eva . ...in ginkgo tree...
lenora k. taylor@ 8:52pm 07-09-2012

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rising sun, indiana
There is so much info. on this tree and very interesting, where I live, there is one at the sidewalk. When I walk by it, I can't help but to look at it and feel the leaves, I think it is a very beautiful tree.
PRADOSH RAYCHAUDHURI@ 3:27pm 07-03-2012

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India
can anybody inform me where shall I get this medicine in India ? Shall I get it at Aurvedic shop ? What is the name of the plant in India ?
jose sanmartino@ 2:18am 06-25-2012

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Corrientes/Argentina
Solo castellano. Me interesa este árbol, pero por razones de espacio quisiera un ejemplar para hacerlo bonsai.Conozco la técnica. ";
Hnasel de Sousa@ 2:47am 06-20-2012

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Nazareth, Pennsylvania, USA
Hi,
A neighbor has a very productive female Ginkgo. I don't know if there are any male Ginkgos in our area. I left many uncleaned seeds outside last winter (minimum temperature around minus 10 degrees Celsius) and tried unsuccessfully to germinate them this spring. Could the seeds from his Ginkgo be sterile?
Thanks.
regards,
Hansel de Sousa
leen@ 11:32am 06-11-2012

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belgium
hi, i am wondering if japanese crane birds eat ginkgo seeds/fruit, thx a lot
Debbie@ 6:47pm 06-08-2012

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Cornwall England
Beautiful ! Lovely to read your journel on the Ginko biloba tree . I am propagating some myself this spring and they are hatching from their little eggs right now !
I also love to read all your friends comments here . Good luck and happy growing all of you Debbie
Larissa@ 9:55am 05-31-2012
Dear Ginkgo community,
Some time ago I left here message of admire with the site and trees.
And Ernest from Germany took my e-mail and sent me some lines with advice.
I was so "modest", that I asked him about Ginkgo-seeds. Ernest sent me! Please, watch what is the result!
http://fotki.yandex.ru/users/ogs7/view/434079/?page=0
I am so thankful to Ernest.
Do you think Ginkgo can survive our winters?
Siberia: +30 in summer, -20 in winter and sometimes -30.
wikipedia tells that Ginkgos occupied all Siberia at prehistoric time...
We have oaks, lindens here. We grow grape and pirch trees (special coverin winter).
of Ginkgogesent
Ulf SPaeth@ 5:36pm 05-30-2012
The site is beautiful! I currently do Ginkgo bonsai work and enjoy every second. I love Indiana University; the main reason being the two giant ginkgo trees (male and female). The last couple of summers have been dry, but the she still drops plenty of fruit. Wishing for plenty of rain this year.
Freddy Molina@ 4:51pm 05-21-2012

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Bogotà - COLOMBIA"

Muchas gracias por esta pàgina, esta muy completa y me a servido de mucho en cuanto a su utilizaciòn.
De nuevo mil gracias y un saludo muy especial desde esta querida tierra, COLOMBIA.";
Johanna@ 8:52pm 05-15-2012

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Belgium
Hello, I found another place in Ghent where a Ginkgo stands.
At a field next to "De Verenigde natielaan" at "De watersportbaan".
I think it's a male, but I'm not sure.

Greets

P.s. This is a great site!
Martha Holman@ 9:23am 05-13-2012

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Fayette, Missouri
Not sure if I've already sent this. My question is this...are the seedlings that are sprouting under my female Ginkgo tree female? Is it possible that some of them are male? How old does the tree have to be before you can observe its gender? Just discovered your site tonight so haven't had time to absorb all the info, but it certainly is an appealing site. I planted my backyard tree 40+ yrs. ago, not being aware that the species had a gender. Imagine my surprise when it dropped its first fruit about 5 yrs. ago! Now lots of "babies" sprout every year and have been given away to those willing to deal with the fruit "problem". I hope someone will post an answer to this.
Patricia Lines@ 3:35pm 05-12-2012

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Huntingdon, United Kingdom
Pleased to have found your wonderful, informative site. Bought a sapling about 3 years ago and it's thriving. Just love the shape, colour and texture of the leaves.
Gabriele Burmeister@ 11:31am 05-06-2012

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Berlin/Germany
Hi, I´m so glad that I found Your sites. Five years ago I planted a c. 50cm beautiful ginko on my balkony. It seemed to have "found" the perfect place until now. All other plants survived well this winter, but my dear ginko shows only very,very small leaves. I`m so worried and sad. How do I kreate the right treatment for saving and keeping my dear ginko alive? "
Michelle Reed@ 9:36pm 05-03-2012

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Anderson Indiana
There is a huge fruit bearing Ginkgo tree that is part of Andersons history. It is on the cornner of John ST. and W. 14 TH. ST. in Anderson Indiana. It is on the former Wigwam property Which has been sole to a private perst. We need to make sure that this tree is saved. When this was the old Anderson High the tree was always part of a get these leaves science project every year. It is a beautful tree I have pic's The tree is very old. And healthy.

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