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Ginkgo Biloba Colonnare Maris is a tall and thin deciduous tree with pretty leaves, vertical branches, and thick dense foliage. It’s an upright tree that’s perfect for compact gardens.
Ginkgo Biloba is an ancient species of tree that preceded humans and was once food for dinosaurs. It’s a truly prehistoric tree that grows wild in China, but once grew across the globe.
Ginkgo Biloba Colonnare Maris, also called Maidenhair Tree Colonnare Maris, is a cultivar bred in 2014 in Italy for its tall, narrow form with vertical branches that grow closely together to create a thick and dense but upright canopy. Its green foliage appears in early spring with a lightly fringed yellow border that matures to rich green before turning intense yellow in autumn and falling with the frosts.
This is a lovely tree with an upright columnar habit that’s disease and pollution resistant. It’s a great choice for compact gardens.
Height And Spread of Ginkgo Biloba Colonnare Maris Although Maidenhair Tree Colonnare Maris is narrow it can reach a height of 30 metres.
How Hardy Is Ginkgo Biloba Colonnare Maris This is a very hardy tree that’s tolerant of pollution and rarely develops any type of disease. It can cope with drought and cold UK winters if the roots are well-drained.
How To Use Ginkgo Biloba Colonnare Maris Maidenhair Tree Colonnare Maris is a superb specimen tree in a border or the lawn rivalling acers with its intense autumnal yellows. Its upright form makes it especially suitable for compact gardens where every inch counts or for planting in a row in larger spaces such as along a fence line. Its narrow crown means it doesn’t block out the sun, allowing underplanting and maximising space in the garden.
Its pollution resistant nature makes it an ideal choice for front gardens or urban environments too.
This is a pretty, versatile tree that doesn’t outgrow its welcome and brings a hit of narrow colour in spring to autumn gardens.
How To Care For Ginkgo Biloba Colonnare Maris Maidenhair Tree Colonnare Maris will grow in the majority of well-drained soils and prefers full sun although it will grow in partial shade with less vivid colours.
Pruning isn’t necessary because it naturally grows upright and neat, but you can remove dead or crossed branches in the dormant winter months.
Water well until it’s established and apply a thick layer of organic mulch to the roots in early spring to provide nutrients for the growing season.