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Ginko Graig (Craig/Summers 86)

Photo by Hank Zumach

Ginko Graig (Craig/Summers 86)

Photo by Henk Hooijer

Ginko Graig (Craig/Summers 86)

Photo by Paul Henjum

Ginko Graig (Craig/Summers 86)

Photo by Viktoria Serafin

Ginko Graig (Craig/Summers 86)

Photo by Wolfgang Putz

Ginko Graig (Craig/Summers 86)

Photo by Hank Zumach

Ginko Graig (Craig/Summers 86)

Photo by ?

Ginko Graig (Craig/Summers 86)

Photo by Paul Henjum

This plant was originally purchased at a Japanese flower market as an unnamed plant by Craig. He gave it to Alex Summers who named it for Craig's wife Ginko. It is assumed to be a wild collected sport of sieboldii. Ginko Craig has two distinct leaf forms. The juvenile leaf is small, straight and has an even narrow white margin. The Wolfgang Putz photo is that of a juvenile form. All the others photos are of the mature form with much wider leaves and wider white, rippled and sometimes torn margins. The juvenile form can be maintained by frequent dividing while in a juvenile state if this is desired.