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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.
Libba Johnson@ 4:46am 04-29-2012

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Prattville, al
I will be watching my two seedlings...hopefully they are both males, despite the shape of the leaves which are VERY different!
Tess Durant@ 12:11am 04-29-2012

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Jacksonville, FLorida, USA
Thank you for your web site. I have 3 gingkos in my yard. One I planted in 1984' and two others more recently.
I have always loved them for their beautiful leaves, and mysterious reproduction, as well as for being living fossils. Unfortunately, I understand why the females are unpopular.
I actuallly try to support native plants, but I love the ginkgos. Thanks for maintaining this website. Your videos and music are a real find.
Aubrey Fennell@ 1:46am 04-19-2012

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palatine,carlow,ireland
Hi Cor,
I am responsible for recording champion and heritage trees here in Ireland for the tree council of Ireland.I see your website only includes 2 entries which inadequately represents over 70 mature ginkgos I have recorded of 1m girth or and 10m height.Please visit our website Tree Council of Ireland and click on heritage trees for some of our best examples.Contact Mary Keenan,director of the tree council for permission to include photos and info which might help your website fill the gap in knowledge of our trees.
Aubrey Fennell
tree register of Ireland
John Edmondson@ 8:57am 04-13-2012

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Heswall, UK
Ness Botanic Garden has a mature tree planted c. 1900 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley near the Potting Shed - this will be the one referred to in your list. But recently another tree was planted in a prominent position by the main entrance to the Visitor Centre. I would guess it is now 20 years old.

In Crosby, Merseyside, a tree was planted in a private garden in 2002 in memory of Dr Philip Taylor (1921-2002), consultant pathologist at Fazackerley Hospital.
fred@ 5:21pm 04-12-2012

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france
Bonjour,

Je viens de découvrir votre site internet par hasard. Il y a des choses intéressantes, je ne manquerai pas de revenir prochainement.

Vous souhaitant bonne continuation.

Cordialement.";
Sheyla@ 10:47am 04-07-2012

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Hilo,Hawaii
I just love the beauty of the ginkgo leaves. I had a tree for over 10 years in a pot and than it died. Here our climate is rainy,summer is hot and during winter months it get cold down to 57 degrees and some areas colder espeically when we have snow on mauna Kea and mauna Loa
I thank you( mahalo) for letting me visit your wonderful ang enjoyable web site.Sheyla
kim le@ 1:24pm 03-15-2012

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houston TX 77040
I love plant ginkgo tree do I need femal and male.Please tell how to known to buy one for start.If I me buy seed you think I can start.Thank.kim van
Dakota @ 3:36pm 03-06-2012

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Bloomington/ Indiana(U.S.A.)
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.
Ernest @ 7:45pm 03-05-2012

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Dresden Germany
I would help Larissa from Omsk. Can I get Larissas email-adress?
Thanks Ernest
Betsy Koscher@ 4:50pm 03-05-2012

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Ludlow, Ma
I have a Gingko tree in my pond garden area on 51 Bridle Road In Ludlow, MA and as a science teacher planted one at the Grammar School at 41 School Street in Somesville, CT. Thank you for you site. I want to do some art work and left my leaves in MA. I am in Florida and have been looking for a ginkgo tree. I wish I had checked earlier as I was in Animal Kingdome just last week. You'd think the Edison Estates would have one - just ruber and Banyan.
Cal Nelson@ 8:19pm 03-04-2012

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Huntington, West Virginia
I started 14 Ginkgo trees from seed 20-years ago and only one (1) survived. I planted it in my front yard and it is now 20-feet high and very healthy. It's a beautiful tree and I'm proud of it.
Larissa@ 4:32pm 03-03-2012

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Omsk/Russia
Thank you so much for your site. It is my dream to grow ginkgo.
Siberia here. But we grow grape.Some grow pearches, apricots.
My two seeds of ginkgo did not give plants last year. Esle you could add to your list of ginkgos some baby in siberia...
All the best. I go to read your site.
larissa
Guy@ 11:37pm 03-02-2012

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Lévis, Québec, Canada";

J'ai acheté un Ginkgo il y a 20 ans passés ; cet arbre et tout son origine me fascine beaucoup. Il se comporte très bien dans ma zone de rusticité 4 B .
Bravo à vous Cor Want ! ce site est vraiment très bien construit ! ";
Sharon Leggett@ 6:00pm 02-24-2012

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Ontario, Canada
Fascinating site. Thank you so much for sharing.

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