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Russell & Debi Lee@ 9:41pm 11-22-2012

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Orcutt, CA USA
Thank you for a wonderful site that must have taken hours. Your contributions will not be forgotten by Ginkgo lovers!
Jack Norton@ 1:55am 11-19-2012

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Sandusky Michigan, America
Great page.
Jo Homan@ 7:56pm 11-09-2012

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Finsbury Park, London UK
Thanks so much for this amazing site. I run a community plant nursery and i'm so excited about growing these from seed and doing cuttings and grafting. Thanks for all the amazing advice.
I must admit that I picked up the fruits I found without gloves and even popped out the seeds in my sink with no side effects. I must be lucky. I even didn't mind the smell too much - perhaps I have dinosaur blood?
Laurel & Rylee@ 6:13pm 11-02-2012

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Mechanicsville, VA (near Richmond)
I just came home with 3 seeds from a very old (100+) tree at our botanical gardens. I've read your instructions - wish my 3 little ginkos luck!
Dakota Walker @ 8:40pm 10-27-2012

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Bloomington IN/USA
I recently made a post about the ginkgo trees on the campus of IU Bloomington. I mentioned that there are two large gingko trees, which are male and female. It turns out that the tree I thought was specifically male also makes fruit, but not every year. Both trees seem to have male and female characteristics. There is another large ginkgo nearby that also produces fruit. I am currently trying to figure out the ages of these trees. This past spring I sprouted some trees from the seeds of these giants and I am amazed by how solid my half year old trees have become. I plan to use a lot of them for bonsai and the rest of them I will plant. I feel like the ginkgo is a direct connection to helping restore the damage we have done to this planet, especially here in my country. I recently collected over 700 seeds and plan to try and raise them anywhere possible. It would be nice to buy old farm land in the states and grow ginkgo, dawn red woods, and so much more. I am on a mission!
Honey Harrison@ 5:59pm 10-26-2012

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Houston, TX
I have a ten year old male ginkgo, pyramid shape, and would very much like to find a female ginkgo, any shape. So far, it seems an impossible task.

Thank you for your excellent web site.
Robert Koffend@ 9:41pm 10-20-2012

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Montréal, Québec Canada";

THe Church of Saint-ANdrew and Saint Paul in downtown Montréal has several Ginko bilabo in its beautiful front lawns. I do not know when or why they were planted, obviously after 1932, the date of construction of the present church, which is listed as an "incourtunable" heritage property by the Québec government Do they require special attention or care? I believe they are male, since I have not noticed any fruit. Comments? Interested parties may consult the website which does not show them. However. I am requesting our web master to include a photo. www.standrewstpaul.com ";
Mariana Xidarakou@ 7:16pm 10-20-2012

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Romania
Just a big thank you!
Because of your pages I am now expecting some 30 seeds to germinate!
You are a real inspiration! God bless your heart!
klaas@ 11:30pm 10-18-2012

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emmen
2 new gingko in the netherlands , in my garden
an ´Aureovariegata´
and an ´Beijing Gold´
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Jan den Otter@ 2:35pm 10-13-2012

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Breda, Nederland
Bij wie of waar kan ik wat Ginkgo zaden rapen? Wil zelf Ginkgo gaan zaaien.

Bij voorbaat dank.

Jan.
Cascade@ 5:34am 10-10-2012

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U.S.A.
I feel lucky to have found your website on the Ginkgo link in Wikipedia. The power of nature sustains and inspires us in the deepest ways. Thank you for documenting these important trees and the stories they tell. Thank you also to those people who saw the value in saving these trees and working around them. I am an advisory member of United Plant Savers and will share this site with our members. http://www.unitedplantsavers.org/
mia van hest@ 9:53pm 10-08-2012

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veldhoven
beste Cor,
regelmatig geniet ik van je mooie site. afgelopen herfst heb ik in mijn straat een dertigtal ginkgovruchten verzameld, schoongemaakt zoals je adviseert. er zijn 10 nootjes in de lente opengegaan, 6 met genoegen verorberd door vogels en de overlevende (gered door ze tijdeijk binnen te zetten) staan nu in de tuin mooi en ongeveer 15 cm lang te wezen. drie zijn geel aan het worden, een is nog groen. kun je daar uit opmaken dat het 3 jongetjes en een meisje zijn ;-P ?de rest heb ik in de potjes laten staan en daar lopen er nu 3 alsnog van uit. heeft deze laatste generatie kans van slagen nu we de winter ingaan? erg hard gaan ze niet, maar het ziet er wel gezond uit. hoor graag van je,
groet Mia van Hest, Veldhoven.
Donald@ 10:47am 09-28-2012
I've just added your website to my favourite. Maybe have you facebook account?
If you have i want share your website.

Greetings from Poland!
Myriam van Ettinger@ 4:08pm 09-15-2012

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France
Congratulations on your incredably detailed website.

Just to let you know that we will be planting a Ginkgo Biloba (arbre de la paix) in our commune of St. Martin la Méanne in the Corrèze, France, this Saturday, 22 September 2012. Minimum temperature this winter -25C, maximum this summer +40C. Should we protect it in winter?

Kind regards and good luck with your website! ";
Val Bourdeaux-Israel@ 11:44pm 09-01-2012

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East Tennessee,U.S.A.
Wonderful ~ Informative ~ Inspiritional ! I found 2 males in a nursery this spring and have planted one by my river cabin and the other at my farm that borders Cherokee National forest . Would love to find a female for each of these and ensure their future.

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