As you horticulturists may know – or can tell by the title of this story – ginkgo biloba trees are remarkably in their very own exclusive plant family. This particular dwarf ginkgo biloba overwintered successfully (and surprisingly, considering the single digit nights) in its container (planted Spring, 2014). Sorry, the cultivar tag is temporarily misplaced. Can you imagine the canopy of this cultivar can be 8 feet wide at maturity, while remaining a dwarf in height? It’s gonna need a larger – much larger – container. No rush… it might take 1,000 years.