Ginkgo leaf, a little green, sooc
A leaf, from one of the Ginkgo biloba trees on the campus of Boulevard Baptist Church, Anderson, South Carolina.
Ginkgo leaves usually turn completely yellow (see the one in the upper left corner) in the fall.
Ginkgo trees have no close living relatives. It is the only living member of an entire Division of plants, the Ginkgophyta. The trees are widely grown as ornamentals, and adapt well to city life.
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