Ginkgo is easily recognized by its columnar shape and beautiful double-lobed, fan-like leaves that turn yellow in autumn and eventually drop. The pale brown to gray bark is fissured and becomes even more deeply furrowed with age. The bark is very delicate and easily damaged – an irony considering that this tree is also known for its astounding hardiness. A number of them survived the Hiroshima bombing in WWII and are standing to this day, a true testament to their nickname – "living fossils".
All trees are shipped on Mondays & Tuesdays to avoid trees from sitting in a FedEx truck or hub for extended periods. We do not combine shipping. Shipping trees by themselves is the safest method to avoid any possible damage when in transit.
We accept all major forms of payment. Sales tax will be applied to any customer order from the state of Texas.
Returns & exchanges
Returns are accepted. Please contact us within 7 days of receiving your item(s). Refunds will be issued as money back or exchange. Buyers choice. Customer is responsible for the return shipping charge unless we made an error in which case we will cover all return fees. Returned item(s) must be in the same condition as when received.