One Hundred Years in the Huntington's Japanese Garden

One Hundred Years in the Huntington's Japanese Garden

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November 17, 2013
joabl wrote:
What kind of tree is this and can it grow in Ontario Canada?
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This tree is called Ginko Biloba. It comes in a number of different forms. They are capable of producing fruit, but must be in a male-female pairing. The fruit is somewhat smelly, so I recommend choosing a male tree at the nursery to avoid the mess.
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... or relaxing in the Zen Court in fall. All the images make you feel like you are just moments away from having a ceremonial tea in the teahouse.

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Ginko "forest" in fall - oh my!
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Walk out to Garden area from ground floor bedroom. A small courtyard
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The Master bedroom courtyard or the courtyard before entering the front foyer.
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