Washington ginkgo (3)

Washington ginkgo (3)

Ginkgo bilobaWashington ginkgo432 Telfair St.Augusta, GeorgiaHeight: 67 feetDBH: 54 inchesCrown: 65 feetIn the fall the leaves turn a brilliant yellow!Legend has it that this large ginkgo tree was planted at the proposed site of the Richmond County Courthouse to honor President George Washington’s visit to Augusta in 1791

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