Ginkgo still greener than at this time last year, but dropping leaves

We’re used to the vibrant lemon yellow of the Ginkgo when it turns.  This year, it’s still a greenish-yellow, spectacular in its own way.

 

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Director of Development at Oatlands, a National Trust Historic Site.
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One Response to Ginkgo still greener than at this time last year, but dropping leaves

  1. Elizabeth says:

    The gingkos near my office in Alexandria — two allees of 16 each — have turned a beautiful buttery gold in the past couple of days. I’m sure the big Oatlands gingko can’t be far behind!

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