Gingko

I have a small Gingko (also known as a Maidenhair Tree), in a pot, about 8 inches tall, which I have grown from a seed given to me by a friend. It took about 10 months of watching and watering bare soil before my little tree decided to grow – patience rewarded Hope my little tree lives as long and becomes as beautiful as this one!

Once a year, thousands of leaves on this towering 1,400-year-old tree change into a radiant shade of gold.

gingko

Located within the walls of the Gu Guanyin Buddhist Temple, in the Zhongnan Mountain region of China Thought to have been planted for Emperor Li Shimin, the founding father of the Tang Dynasty (618-907), this famous tree draws in people from all over China.

Grow well little one!

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