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Looking for a tough urban tree that can tolerate drought, a variety of soils and urban abuse? The Ginkgo biloba tree is a great option in landscapes that can manage a large shade tree that grows to 35-feet tall and wide.
The fan-shaped leaves of Ginkgo trees are one of the most recognized of tree leaves and their fall foliage color is the best around. The bright green leaves turn a striking bright gold color in the fall. Ginkgo trees typically prefer a more acidic soil with improved drainage, but you’ll find they can adapt to grow in many different soil types as long as drainage is adequate. Ginkgo trees planted in Texas will need supplemental watering through the first several years. They have a very high tolerance for urban pollution, which is why you often see them planted as street trees in large cities around the country.
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