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|Subject: Not so delicate|
Posted May 2, 2000 by Woodlark
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|Yes, it does. We have a bunch of Ginkgos along buildings here at McGill University, and they seem to be just fine. Here in Montreal, we get about 5 months of snow... but not all continuous. December tends to be a bit of a thaw, and after the March thaw, we get more in April. Also, our Botanical Garden has a huge tree atrium (forgot the word), which is basically a lot of land for a bunch of trees to grow on, and about the only kinds of trees which aren't in there are tropical trees. Remember, if the tree is deciduous and the leaves change colour in autumn, it probably does just fine in winter... as long as it's not a 10 month long one . I mean, as far as I was aware, it does snow in China.|
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