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December 20, 2006

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Following are some examples from the latest entries from my old guestbook:

Name: John Whiters
Date: 12 9, 2006 - 4:19 pm
Message: Thanks for all the work you put into this site. It is excellent.

Name: Victor
Date: 12 7, 2006 - 5:00 pm
Message: Keep up the good work

Name: M. Ciolfitto
Date: 12 4, 2006 - 7:42 am
City + country: Beijing, China
Interested because: Checking info on a student's report
Message: I am both intrigued and impressed by your website. As a teacher, I admire the interactive nature of the site. To be honest, I wasn't really interested in the tree itself, but the nature of the site hooked me in. Congatulations!

Name: Andrea Strnad
Date: 12 4, 2006 - 12:00 am
City + country: Santa Fe Argentina
Message: Preciosa web sobre el Ginkgo Biloba! smilie Intersante como guía de consulta, yo tengo un inscipiente bonsai... smilie Gracias!

Name: dan
Date: 12 3, 2006 - 2:36 pm
City + country: new brunswick, Canada
Message: Very informative! I was not aware of any of this . I simply was looking to see if what they say about it's ability to help the brain was true. I ended up learning so much more, Thank you

Name: Sofia Vanegas
Date: 12 2, 2006 - 9:50 pm
City + country: Londres Inglaterra
Interested because: I love Ginkgos
Message: Estoy feliz por haber encontrado su pagina. Me encantan los Ginkgos y me gustaria encontrar semillas para plantar unos arboles. He encontrado arboles en los parques y en las calles pero nunca he visto las semillas. En el jardin de una amiga nacio un arbol y ella no sabe como llego la semilla. Ahora que he leido su estudio, entiendo como tuvo lugar. Pero, donde encontrare semillas? Lo felicito por su estudio, gracias por su gran aporte a la propagacion de este hermoso arbol
Perdoname por no usar las tildes.

Name: Daniel Nolan
Date: 12 1, 2006 - 4:42 pm
City + country: Lake Greenwood, SC
Interested because: my favorite tree
Message: Thank you so much for your dedication to an awesome tree, I read about your website in the New York Times. The ginko has been my favorite tree since I saw it in Longwood Gardens, covered with gold leaves, from then on I visited the tree to watch it in all seasons. 15 years later I am a landscape designer- which I undoubtedly owe to a single tree- and now I plant ginko trees in almost every project I install, my thank you to a beautiful and definitely sacred tree.

Name: Lucía
Date: 12 1, 2006 - 4:37 pm
City + country: Mérida, España
Interested because: I'm going to my housework and i find this page
Message: THANKS, I have a 10 in Sciences now

Name: Wilma Prins-Halfwerk
Date: 12 1, 2006 - 11:55 am
City + country: Deventer, Nederland
Interested because: al 21 jaar een Ginkgo Biloba in de voortuin
Message: al 21 jaar staat er een Ginkgo Biloba in onze voortuin. De boom komt al boven ons huis uit. Elk jaar kijk ik uit naar de bloei, maar dit is nog niet gebeurd. Door het zachte najaar kon dit jaar de boom mooi goudgeel kleuren voordat de bladeren afvielen. De voorgaande jaren vielen ze meestal af voordat ze goudgeel kleurden. Dan vroor het een nacht stevig en vielen de bladeren in 1 keer af.
Een mooie boom!!!

Name: Mrs. M.T.S
Date: 11 30, 2006 - 11:22 pm
City + country: Englishtown
Interested because: Bad odor
Message: Peace onto you.
I walk to work everyday. As the weather changed I began to smell this bad odor as I walked pass this tree. When I got to work I brought a leave to show my co worker. I asked her did she know the name of the tree. Also told her I picked up one of the seed but it had a very very bad odor.
She agreed with the smell but could not tell me the name of the tree. Today to my surprise walking back from the post office I noticed the same tree. I walked into the chamber of commerce office which was just a few feet away and ask the manager did she know the name of the tree; she did. Told me Ginko Biloba. So I came home put the name in search and found you. Thank you for the understanding. I will use your site to try to grow a couple of seeds I picked up with it's bad odor,smile
Respectfully
Mrs. M.T.S

Name: SANDRA CORONADO TOLEDO
Date: 11 30, 2006 - 11:06 pm
City + country: RIO BUENO, CHILE
Message: MUY INTERESANTE EL CONTENIDO LO FELICITO
GRACIAS

Name: theo huber
Date: 11 30, 2006 - 2:32 pm
City + country: beregeijk Nederland
Interested because: ik heb een ginkgo boom 8 meter
Message: Mooie website, heel informatief, was benieuwd naar de boom want een tuinman gaf mij de naam en als bijnaam de venijnboom, familie van de coniveer !!??
G de bladeren eens gebruiken voor thee en de zaden roosteren.
Met dank voor uw info op de site
M. vr. gr. Theo Huber


Name: Ed Kirchner
Date: 11 26, 2006 - 2:25 am
City + country: Green Springs, Ohio, USA
Interested because: My wife's excitement
Message: smilie My wife of 19 yrs came home today super excited. We moved to my hometown in Ohio last year and while in a park in town she discovered a Ginko tree with fruit on the ground. Much to the surprise of the neighbors, she began to collect the "smelly" fruit. She brought them home, cleaned them, and fried them. Quite tasty. Being a little nervous about eating something I'm not used to, I looked on the internet. Your site is most informative. Could you tell me, should the fruit be eaten in moderation, or is it completely safe. Thanks. Oh, by the way I forgot to mention my wife is from Korea. She had been looking for Ginko trees since she came to the USA 19 years ago. Thanks again.

Name: TheAmosfamily
Date: 11 26, 2006 - 2:15 am
City + country: Auckland.
Interested because: We have just been given a Ginkgo !tree
Message: My husband and I have just spent this morning digging out an established ginkgo tree,my husband is now re-planting it in our garden. So..while he's doing that, I'm checking out these pages!
Please send out some kind thoughts to our Ginkgo...We will do everything in our power to make sure it thrives,
Kindest regards, Cheryl

30 Comments:

At 12/20/2006, Anonymous Paul Raleigh said...

I read your website and I am amazed, great work! Paul - UK

 
At 12/22/2006, Anonymous Susan said...

Your website is great. I will recommend you to all my friends. I found so much useful things here. Thank you.
Susan

 
At 12/26/2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

KN (Australia) The content and topics presented in this Website are amazingly excellent. It was a shame that this valuable and sacred tree was sometimes turned into chopping board as seen in one of photos.

 
At 12/28/2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

NICE website. I'm researching ginkgo trees because I want to plant one but now, I see several that I 'must' have including Variegata. Very curious about how you gathered the info about which ginkgo is where. Tiiu who gardens in upstate NY and Maryland.

 
At 12/28/2006, Anonymous Michel Davancens said...

Congratulation for your superb website.
I used it a lot as I had to inform myself about the Ginkgo.
Great job. Thanks a lot.

Michel Davancens
from Paris

 
At 1/02/2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

JAB fromBelgium
I'm very pleased that I found your site
Just to tell you that I just planted my 17th different cultivar
josé

 
At 1/07/2007, Anonymous Walter G. said...

Thanks for your great website, cheers!

 
At 1/11/2007, Anonymous jackie..new zealand said...

I am from New Zealand where I have a first year Gingko Biloba growing. It looks very healthy but I do not know if it is male or female..back to the birds and the bees...how do I tell the difference?! I presume that the male does not have nuts( it gets worse !!) But seriously....I would also like to know the uses of the leaves and how to use them and when to harvest them for each purpose.

 
At 1/16/2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello!
I would like to buy some lot of ginkgo seeds for growing in Finland. Is there anyone who could send or sell those for me. Please, send me email.
Marku, Helsinki, Finland

marku_(at)welho.com

 
At 1/17/2007, Anonymous Ric Kent said...

Impressive website. I'm from Coshocton ,Ohio, USA and across the street from an old Carnagie Library is a hugh Female Ginkgo that a friend from Pittsburg, PA recognized and photograghed. I hope she'll send the picture to this site. I never realized they are so unique and old.

 
At 1/17/2007, Anonymous Doortje Kuis said...

Wat een geweldig interessante en goed en mooi gedocumenteerde site.
In Zwitserland kocht ik een gouden Ginkgobroche en ben me er in gaan verdiepen.
Succes met uw werk en ik zal uw site regelmatig bezoeken.
Hartelijke groet,
Doortje J.Kuis

 
At 1/19/2007, Anonymous Mike said...

really its site is very good, congratulations for the well made work

 
At 1/21/2007, Anonymous susana said...

Hi, Im susana fron Neuquen ( Argentine)
I'm very pleased that I found your site. ItS wonderfull!!
The information and the photos are excellent.
GREAT WORK!!!
Thanks

 
At 1/26/2007, Anonymous Bernie Wong said...

Greetings,

I was working on an art collage using the beautiful papers leftover from consuming a box of Japanese sweets(wagashi).I googled Japanese motifs and found your page on gingko. You have done such a great job on compiling examples of the gingko motif in asian art. Now my art piece will be all the better. A million thanks

Bernie Wong, Chinese from Malaysia living near Atlanta ,GA

 
At 2/02/2007, Blogger Damon said...

Very informative site. I myself have 5 'Autumn Gold' planted in my yard. Being a landscape designer I always try to include a Ginkgo when there is ample space. Keep up the good work on this site.
~Damon Rath, Vulcan Landscaping
Fox Island, Washington

 
At 2/06/2007, Blogger tangtom said...

your website is very good. I have got a lot of information from your website. I come from China. but now I live in New Zealand. I have found a lot of Ginkgo trees in Hastings, New Zealand. I'm very interested in Ginkgo tree in New Zealand. but i can't find any information here. could you give me some information about this. because in China, my job is researching the Ginkgo tree.
Thank you.
Tanghui
06/02/2007

 
At 2/09/2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for an amazing website. I love it for the information, the artistic content, the beauty of the site construction itself and most of all reverence shines through!

 
At 2/09/2007, Anonymous Roy Hunter said...

Your website is facinating and beautiful - much like the tree itself. I recently bought 2 trees and was looking for advice on their care. I have spent hours discovering so much more.
Congratulations and many thanks.
Roy Hunter
Swellendam, South Africa

 
At 2/09/2007, Anonymous Roy Hunter said...

PS: that's fascinating with an "s".

 
At 2/16/2007, Blogger Marta said...

No tengo palabras para calificar su increible estudio sobre el ginkgo biloba. Su sitio es maravilloso y lo llena a uno de amor por ese maravilloso árbol, planta, regalo, inspiración. Soy una practicante de homeopatía en Costa Rica, América Central. No he visto ni un sólo árbol de ginkgo aquí. Espero poder tocar algún día uno de éstos. Muchas gracias por todo lo que me enseñó.

 
At 2/19/2007, Anonymous Neil Shaddick said...

This is an excellent website, one of the best on any specialist subject I have read. Thank you very much for giving your knowledge and expertise to the world

 
At 3/01/2007, Anonymous Dominique Leblond said...

Wow! magnifique découverte, un grand merci de partager cette belle passion!!

 
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At 3/05/2007, Blogger evans said...

Great ! I found that there are so many people knew gingko.
Great, In china, there are many many trees .in the autum,we can get many many gingko seeds from gingko trees.
I would like sell my gingko trees and gingko seeds to you.worldwide.
If you have interesting in me, please feel free contact with me.
my contact information: finance2010@hotmail.com
Thanks
Evans

 
At 3/12/2007, Anonymous Jan Derk said...

Hallo:



Leuke site, ik was op zoek naar plaatjes van de boom, we hebben er net twee gekocht in Boskoop voor ons huis in Monster, ze zijn heel mooi en al best wel groot, ik schat toch wel een meter of 4. Ik hoop maar dat ze mooi aanslaan.

 
At 3/15/2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great blog and website, keep up the good work!

 
At 3/17/2007, Anonymous Noemi Maciel said...

Hello Cor! Thank you for this site........its wonderfull.

 
At 3/18/2007, Anonymous Ingrid Krehl said...

GRACIAS por ensenarnos sobre este árbol único, su página me dejó fascinada y sin palabras...una vez más gracias!!
Atentamente, Ingrid Krehl, Alemania.

 
At 3/22/2007, Anonymous Vicki said...

Hi there. I adopted a small ginkgo tree in a pot the other day. I think it has been a bit dry, but I should be able to make it happy again.
It will eventually get somewhere good to go in the ground. It's joined the collection of trees in pots that will one day start my own forest.
Great web site.
Vicki

 
At 3/28/2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a absolutely fabulous site. I have been back several times and still haven't been able to read or see it all. We (my Homemakers Club) in Alabama are doing a project with Ginkgo trees. Once we are into the project a little more, I will write and tell you what we are doing. I love this site. Thank you.
Donna Coffield, Alabama

 

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