Friday, December 5, 2014

Why Gingko Biloba is Known as The Tree of Enchantment


Although this tree originated in China, it's now grown in nearly every temperate climate on the planet, including San Diego. This tree provides colorful, prolific shade, helps clean polluted air and parts of its nuts are edible. In fact, some Asian cultures consider this nut a delicacy. Beware! the fruit that encases the nut has an awful smell. The good news is that the smelly fruit will rot in no time and the lovely canopy can be enjoyed without nasal assault. Read more here.

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