Grafted Male. Good for growing in a container, or if grown in the ground the tree can grow up to 4 feet tall and 6 feet wide. ‘Mariken’ is a dwarf, low-spreading, somewhat weeping/pendulous male form that grows very slowly to only 2’ tall by 2’ wide over the first 10 years. Marieken Ginkgo is the most dwarfing, and shrubby form of Ginkgo. A deciduous conifer with unusual 2-lobed flat "leaves".
Good. No pests or disease of note.
LIGHT, WATER, SOIL, FERTILITY NEEDS:
Full sun, balanced moisture, mildly fertile soils and good drainage.
4' tall x 6' wide
Only females will bear fruit & nuts in a style that most people find offensive. Grafted male varieties will not bear.
Varies according to use in landscape.
Sometimes referred to as Maidenhair tree. Vivid and uniform gold fall color. Many parts of the tree used for medicine in Asia. Tolerates poor soils and air pollution - good urban tree.