Ginkgo trees are prized for their bright fall foliage and medicinal benefits, so it’s not surprising that many homeowners would want to add them to their landscape. Ginkgo cutting propagation is the preferred method of cultivation. Learn how to root them here.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
Ginkgo biloba is a strong, long-lived specimen with many uses. Sources say it is near perfect as an urban tree goes, as it can grow and thrive in pollution, resists disease, and is easy to prune. But one thing that’s not so near perfect is its sex. Learn more in this article.
While their unique fan-shaped foliage adds dramatic visual interest to the home landscape, many believe the ginkgo to have other uses as well, like benefits to cognitive function and improved circulation. Click here for more information on using ginkgo leaves for health.
There are many ways to begin propagating ginkgo trees. Among these ginkgo propagating techniques are by seed and through cuttings. Learn more about how to propagate a ginkgo tree in the following article. Click here for additional information.