Can you graft Ginko for earlier fruiting?
Just a thought.
John Bunker wrote:
Unsexed seedlings are fairly easy to get. If you bought a few you'd be
sure to get at least one female. They may not fruit for 20 years.
Maine z 4
Leo Manuel wrote:
> I have become interested in obtaining a female ginkgo tree, and
> discovered that they seem to be hard to find.
> Does anyone know where I can get one?
> Any information as to how long before bearing, etc., would be
> useful. I know about the smell, by the way.
> Leo Manuel in San Diego, CA
> Leo Manuel http://www.rarefruit.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hardiness Zone 6a