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Ginkgo Trees in Japan. So pretty. -- Uh, we have a couple of these trees, and although they are pretty, they produce the most gross fruit ever that smells like dog poo!
The ginko avenue in Jingu, Tokyo, Japan
Great Ginkgo biloba tree,Tamukeyama Hachimangu Shrine #Nara #Japan
Magnolia Blossoms by Sonja Caldwell
Gingko Avenue, Hokkaido University; these trees will be very old. Gingko's growth pattern is slow for the first 20 years and thereafter faster growth. The canopy here is very unexpectedly dense! Are these trees really gingko's?
Yakushima, Japan: This cedar tree, Jomon Sugi is estimated to be anywhere between 2,600 to 7,200 years old and Yakushima is the World National Heritage Sites.
The 1000 year-old gingko tree at Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine.Minamoto no Sanetomo
Ogawa- Etude de Fleurs, Japan 1893
Brazilian Grape Tree (also known as Jabuticaba) does not use branches to grow fruits. It grows fruits (and flowers) directly on the trunk.