Our beautiful Ginkgo Biloba trees grow side by side in the centre of the Frameyard like a pair of Chinese vases.
At this time of year the fan-shaped leaves are turning a mellow shade of yellow. How can we not admire these trees? They survived the dropping of an atomic bomb in Hiroshima where almost all other plants were destroyed, they’ve outlived dinosaurs, they produce nutrients which are used in health supplements and they link us philosophically and botanically to both the past and the future.
We have many reasons to love our Ginkgo trees in the Frameyard. They stand elegantly tall in our walled space, provide us with beautiful colour and just last week our gardener Bernard remarked how they provide much-needed shade for our seedlings in Glasshouse No. 4.Continue reading