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November 25, 2005

Where can I buy Ginkgo seeds?

On the FAQ-page of my homepage I mention several addresses, but no doubt there are many more.
If you know Ginkgo seeds sellers in your area then mention them by clicking on "comments" (under this post) and fill in the then appearing form. Mention the sellers's name, address, country and if you have personal experience with the firm give it a rating: 1-10 (0 = bad; 10 = excellent). Thank you!

17 Comments:

At 11/26/2005, Anonymous Carey said...

For Richters'seeds rating 9.

 
At 11/28/2005, Anonymous Miguel Moreno said...

I have visited several times your website to get information about Ginkgo biloba and I think that it is one of the most interesting and well done websites that I have ever visited before, congratulations!!

I am writing to you because I'm so interesting in planting one o some Ginkgos(s) on my garden, but it's impossible to find seeds in my city (I am from Alicante (Spain)). If you don't mind I would like that you gave me some shop address or website where I could get seeds of Ginkgo.

 
At 12/01/2005, Anonymous Nigel Kent said...

Fresh and viable Ginkgo seeds are available by the bucket-load at any Chinese Toko, [food store].

One usually gets 100% germination from these seeds, and yes I have tried this on a few occassions.

These seeds are not processed in anyway as far as I can tell, apart from being cleaned, as they are sold
as a food source in/of the Chnese menu.

 
At 5/14/2007, Blogger Daisy said...

Hi, why do you need ginkgo seeds?
You want to grow it?

China has a lot of this trees.
Our company exports Ginkgo Biloba Extract Powder. (the main specification: Ginkgo Flavonoids >24%, Terpene Lactones>6%)

 
At 6/18/2007, Anonymous Sandie Hardman said...

I live in Kelowna BC Canada and have a small but very happy Ginkgo tree. I just fell in love with it and want to find anyone in this area (or elsewhere) that I can get some seeds from.
These are very happy tress and I would like to help them move out of the endangered list.
Thanks
Sandie Hardman

 
At 7/17/2007, Anonymous R. LOPEZ ADAN said...

LUGO- SPAIN
¿DONDE PUEDO CONSEGUIR SEMILLAS DE GINGKO FEMENINAS?
GRACIAS
WHERE I COULD GET SEEDS, FEMALE GINGKO ?
THANKS

 
At 8/06/2007, Anonymous Aidé Urrea said...

I´m leaving in Madrid Spain. I would like to Know were can I buy GINKGO BILOBA?
as a plant with out chemical process!!
ginkgo Biloba tea or something like that
Thank´s a lot any way for yor help every one!!

aide_urrea@yahoo.com



Aidé

 
At 11/12/2007, Anonymous Margarita said...

Hola: soy Margarita Napolitano, tengo 64 años y vivo en la playa, en Mar del Tuyú. Un lugar donde no puede crecer fácilmente nada por los vientos marítimos y con salitre. Conozco las propiedades de este árbol, pero es muy difícil conseguir semillas porque no hay muchos de estas especies. Si alguien que me lee tiene y puede mandarme, se lo agradeceré, porque siempre quise desafiar a la naturaleza del lugar donde vivo, que no deja crecer nada. Les dejo bien mi domicilio
Margarita Napolitano
Calle 56 Nº10 C.P.7108 Mar del Tuyú
Buenos Aires - Argentina
margaritano@hotmail.com

muchas gracias de todo corazón

margarita

 
At 1/11/2008, Blogger Mathias1 said...

Sandie Hardman GINKGO TREE SEEDS.

There is a mature female Ginkgo tree in Kelowna down by the old CPR train station on Ellis. If you look around the ground, I'm sure you'll find seeds. Try to grow a female and get the sweet tasting fruit!!
And let me know how the tree is doing. It's about 50 feet tall, so you can't miss it.
Matthew

 
At 1/11/2008, Blogger Mathias1 said...

Oh, and Sandie Hardman, I am from Kelowna and have lived in Ireland for the past 8 years.
I must say, I have always wondered how those trees were doing down by the old train station. I say tree(s) because there were two. I'd heard rumours that they were cut down, and that made me sick! But, lately, I have been in touch with the Kelowna Museum and a fellow there said that a listed 80 year old Mugo pine had been chopped along with one of the female Ginkgos, but one was remaining. Please, let me know if this is the case.
I can recall a hot summer about 10 years ago when those trees were covered in fruit.
Matthew

 
At 6/25/2009, Anonymous Sandie Hardman said...

Mathew,
The continuing saga about the Ginkgo at the train station in Kelowna BC.
City Hall called back to say that the new owners of the train station will not be cutting down the ginkgo on the property. They will be landscaping with it as the focal point.
I am so pleased and also glad that it will be getting regular watering as it does not currently get very much rain in the summer.
Thought you might like to hear that.

 
At 10/27/2009, Blogger Ahmet Ali Arslan said...

I want to buy 999 Gingko Biloba seeds. aaarslan2002@yahoo.com
Thanks Dr. Arslan

 
At 11/03/2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have fresh Gingko seeds available for sale. I live in Ontario. connieleslie_2@hotmail.com

 
At 11/04/2009, Blogger Ahmet Ali Arslan said...

I already sent detailed letter to Ontario for Ginkgo seeds. Thank you very much for your promt reply. Dr. Arslan

 
At 11/10/2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If anyone needs Ginkgo seeds for planting, contact The Gingko Granny at connieleslie_2@hotmail.com

 
At 12/10/2011, Anonymous Javier said...

I would like to plant several Ginkgo trees in my garden. I live in Andalucia (Spain). Does somebody know where I could buy those trees or seeds?
javier

 
At 9/13/2015, Blogger jkmpic said...

If any garden lover needs Ginkgo seeds in India. Please contact to :
The Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
"Ginkgo House" Aziz Abad, Nambalbal, Pampore PPR J&k 192121
Ph: 09858986794
home: http://jkmpic.blogspot.in :
Other addrerss: http://facebook.com/jkmpic
e-mail: jkmpic@gmail.com

 

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