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April 25, 2007

Frost damage

I have a large ginkgo tree in my back yard in Kentucky. This year we had several days of freezing temperatures in early April, after the leaves had begun. The leaves died, and now, three weeks later, the entire tree is still full of brown leaves. Will there be a second set of leaves this year? Will the tree live without leaves? I love my large gingko, so beautiful in the fall with its yellow leaves. I hope it will survive.
Question by Marcia Darnell

4 Comments:

At 4/28/2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It will most likely have new leaves, just wait a while.

 
At 5/22/2007, Blogger evans said...

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At 5/31/2007, Anonymous Patricia Swanson said...

I am in the Denver,CO, area. Last year, 2006, the same thing happened to our tree. After a few weeks, new leave bloomed. However, they didn't reach full size. They stayed like minis all summer. This year, we were lucky and all the leaves bloomed and haven't been damaged. They look like they will be full size. PS..
We did wrap the trunk with tree wrap last fall.

 
At 6/14/2007, Blogger naseem said...

Patricia,
I would be excited to hear more of your tree as I am also in Denver and just got one. Do you water well the first 20 years as article said? They were on the CO forestry recommended list, but some arborists and nurseries said they do not do well here.

Re the question, a nursery staff said when the freeze they do re-leaf, and can even do so a second time!

 

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