Monday, June 26, 2006
These were started last year without much effort. The seeds were collected in Fall 2004. They were kept in the fridge over the winter and planted in containers that had other things growing (like tomatoes and peppers) so that they did not need individual attention. Only about 1/2 of them survived the winter - something ate the others. Some people are more scientific about starting ginkgos from seeds. I did the same this winter. The seeds looked a bit moldy so if they grow it will be a surprise - but last year's were a surprise as well.