Ginkgo (unsexed) [SPRING]
These are unsexed, but can still be a lot of fun to plant and will be very pretty yard trees. Plant a seedling for its beauty and for the medicinal value of the leaves, which like the nuts, reportedly increase blood flow to the brain and improve memory. All Gingkos are beautiful and in the fall turn a glorious yellow. The nuts of Gingko can if left to rot produce an unpleasant odor but if you only plant one tree, you will have no pollination and hence no nuts. 1-2 foot seedlings.