Ginkgo's - Knowledgebase Question

Corvallis, OR
Question by LaurieBridg
May 27, 2002
I can't find information about trees on your website, but am attempting to find out the difference between the Princeton Sentry, Autumn Gold, and Saratoga Ginkgo. What I'd really like is a Ginkgo tree that matures at 20-25 feet in width and no more than 50 feet in height. Does such a Ginko exhist?


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Answer from NGA
May 27, 2002

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Ginkgo biloba 'Autumn Gold' has a symmetrical, upright branching form and is slow-growing to 35-50' high with a 30' spread. Ginkgo biloba 'Saratoga' has an open branched, upright habit and is slow-growing to 35-50' high with a 30' spread. Ginkgo biloba 'Princeton Sentry' has an erect growth habit, reaching 50' with a 20' spread. Hope this information is helpful.

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