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The Great Ginkgo - the Maidenhair tree and human health

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The Ginkgo (or Maidenhair) tree is one of our most famous and widely-researched medicinal trees, discover its healing properties.

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The Ginkgo (or Maidenhair) tree is one of our most famous and widely-researched medicinal trees. Whilst its leaf is a relatively new addition to the world’s medicine chest, this ancient tree boasts a fascinating history, and a story worthy of sharing.

The Ginkgo biloba or Maindehair tree is one of the 15 trees featured on the Tree Trail in Sydney Gardens in Bath, if you are a local resident or visitor you can come and see it for yourself, howevewr, this talk and workshop is for everyone, wherever you live. Look out for the Maidenhair tree as it is becoming popular planted as a street tree too.

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Hannah Sylvester is a herbalist and nature educator from Lincolnshire. She is passionate about sharing the stories of the nature that surrounds us, and helping people to discover the botanical wonders at their feet. Regularly leading herb walks in cities and rural areas, she also now shares botanical wisdom and contemplation through her podcast, Edge of the Hedge.

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A weekend of events and activities all about trees on the 27 and 28 November - the first weekend of National Tree Week - in Sydney Gardens Bath. Events are taking place on line and on the ground.

The Tree Weekender is being programmed by ReThinking Cities and delivered in partnership with the Sydney Gardens Project, a park restoration project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and B&NES Council.

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