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Synonyms for ginkgo

deciduous dioecious Chinese tree having fan-shaped leaves and fleshy yellow seeds

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At this time of year some of the loveliest trees are the gingkos in Bute Park which have beautiful buttery yellow flowers while in the summer we are often inundated with calls about our champion foxglove tree which is simply stunning in full flower.
Strung with festive tiny white lights, the naked urban gingkos reached like jeweled hands toward where those birds nestled in precarious refuge from the mild fat silver flakes of the flurry.
5 Miocene Establishment of present-day forests 26 19 Oligocene Widespread occurrence of now relic taxa to higher latitudes 38 12 Eocene Diversifica- tion of Pinaceae 54 16 Paleocene 65 11 Mesozoic Cretaceous Angiosperms rise to dominance 76 First recognition of angiosperms in Lower Cretaceous 141 Jurassic Conifers worldwide in distribution; plant communities composed of gingkos, ferns and cycads.
Contractor address : Parc d~activite du Chene, 3 allee des Gingkos
The discovery revealed that the insects called Thrips lived during the dinosaur age and had dusted themselves with hundreds of pollen grains from a gingko tree.