Lime and Ginko
I have a dwarf Ginko plant and my notes from the grower who I can't reach said to fertilize a few times a year with pelletized lime. It is growing very well at the present time. I have fast acting lime and I wonder if I can use it instead.
Anne Arundel County Maryland
Ginkgo trees are the oldest living trees in the world. As such, they are pretty hardy and adaptable to a wide range of soil pH. If it looks good and is growing well we wouldn't worry about fertilization.
We definitely would not recommend using fast-acting lime, which can burn plants.
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