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Cristina@ 7:14am 05-13-2015

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Mendoza, Argentina
He tenido que hacer un trabajo de investigación para la asignatura de Análisis de las Formas en la carrera Licenciatura de Historia de las artes plásticas. Esta página me asombró, pues no esperaba tanta información, sobre todo en relación con las artes.
Tengo un ginkgo biloba en mi jardín, la zona es árida pero preparé la tierra, la cual es muy alcalina como el agua de riego. Tengo que disminuir su pH o cuál abono me recomienda para que crezca más fuerte? Muchas gracias !!!!!";
Reinder Sterenborg@ 4:53pm 05-09-2015

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Groningen, Netherlands
Great this page. Can it be just a coïncidence that during my first lesson of my study Biology at the University Groningen I had to draw a leave of a Ginkgo? And that in my birthplace Harderwijk at the place of what was once the botanical garden of the not-existing anymore of university of Harderwijk the only excisting and remaining tree is a Ginkgo biloba, planted by Carl von Linné? Just that's why the Ginkgo biloba is my symbol.

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Ana Amorim@ 1:44am 05-04-2015

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Portugal
Fantastic Site!
Diane Maginnis@ 8:14am 04-28-2015

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Polo, Illinois USA
love your site
Blaine @ 2:57am 04-22-2015

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Zion, IL USA
Your site was a wonderful surprise. I love this tree as I do others of unimaginable age. I have two planted in my yard as well as the Dawn Redwood, another living fossil from China. What's sad is that even if I lived to a Guiness Record age, these trees will still be infants. So I look at them and wonder how long they get to last.
Thank you for your hard work and time.
Ángel Triguero@ 7:40pm 04-04-2015

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Huéscar - Granada (España)";

Gracias por éste sitio web. Tengo un joven Ginkgo en mi patio.
Todavía no sé dónde lo plantaré definitivamente.
Pero es algo especial.
Ahora están brotando nuevas hojitas pequeñas.
Estoy enamorado de él.
Un saludo.";
Georgine Gillispie@ 10:24pm 03-19-2015

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Tacoma, Washington, USA
for the last several years I've noticed more young ginkgo trees being planted in Washington State; Cor, your work spreading information about these beautiful trees is rewarded!
Loretta Robertson@ 1:21am 03-16-2015

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Martinsville, Va. 24112
I've had a ginko tree for about 10 years. The problem is I left my husband and my tree is there. I want the tree but afraid it want transplant. But then again I prpbably couldnt dig it up. So I want a piece to propergrate. I love these trees and the history. Wish me luvk on getting a piece and try to get it to grow. Great articles!
LaLa@ 4:30am 03-15-2015

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Buffalo NY 'merica
Greetings from Buffalo, NY. Close to the Old First Ward (Irish area) there's a dilapidated housing complex that is planted with gorgeous Ginkos! They're over 50 years old and it tears my heart to know that they will be cut down as "progress" ensues. I've been harvesting their seeds for several years and love the smell and ritual of it
Joseph Bolz@ 4:54am 02-28-2015

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Bonner Springs, KS
Planted a nursery bought Gingko about 6 years ago in my back yard. Have discovered some 100 year old Gingkos in Leavenworth Kansas. Amazing and beautiful. I want to grow some from seed.
Brian C@ 2:40pm 02-27-2015

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iola, WI, USA
I have been studying your site for some time. I collected seeds with fruit from The the roadside in Madison WI where my grandchildren live and complained about the smell. I am trying to help them value it. I started 17 seeds on a grandaughter's 17th birthday in January. We now have 5 seedlings from the paper method and 2 from the sand method. They inspire great responsibility and reverence. Thank you very much.
Susan@ 12:09pm 02-26-2015

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Hull, England
Fascinated to find your site - I also love to find and admire items where ginkgo has been used as inspiration. Just trying to think how I might make a design for a tapestry cushion I am planning - have all oddments of wools in shades of green to use....
S. J. Edelman@ 7:46pm 02-04-2015

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Castleton, NY, USA
I noticed two seeds under the two very large Ginkgo trees at Kikuit, the Rockefeller estate (now open to the public) in the Hudson Valley of NY, and I pocketed them. I am currently following your stratification directions. They are in the crisper until March, not outside. It was 10 degrees Fahrenheit below zero yesterday morning! I don't know if they will germinate, but I am grateful to you for creating and maintaining this excellent resource on the web.
Tina M.@ 4:38pm 01-31-2015

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Wake Forest,NC, USA
I'm enjoying your site very much. What a labor of love and so much to learn! Thank you!
Mary-Sue@ 7:10pm 01-10-2015

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Ontario, Canada
A female ginkgo planted by my late father has been very productive in most years (except one with early false spring followed by cold snap).
To neutralize the smell when cleaning the nuts I wash them with eco-friendly detergent and a spoonful of food-grade hydrogen peroxide, then rinse with clean water. I got the idea from the recipe for washing skunk smell out of a dog's fur. (That recipe also includes baking soda but I didn't need the soda, as long as I used H2O2.)

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