How to Manage Pests
Pests in Gardens and Landscapes
Maidenhair tree, Ginkgo—Ginkgo biloba
Family Ginkgoaceae (Ginkgo family)
Maidenhair trees are somewhat slow-growing deciduous trees. Leaves are fan-shaped, leathery, and light green. They turn gold in the fall and drop. Trees can grow up to 80 feet tall.
Optimum conditions for growth
Maidenhair trees are often planted as street or lawn trees. Male trees are better as female trees produce messy, smelly fruit. Trees prefer areas with full sun. Plant in loose, well-drained soil, and provide moderate to regular amounts of water. Established trees only need occasional water. Remove broken, dead branches.
Fan-shaped leaves of autumn gold ginkgo
Foliage of autumn gold ginkgo