The Ginko Leaf is a symbol of longevity and endurance, with some trees reported to be more than 3000 years old.
A sacred tree of the East, it symbolises unity, hope and peace. The tree appears throughout Chinese culture and is always assosiated with an optimistic view of the future.
The leaves of the Ginko posess a two-lobed structure. The name biloba acknowledges this and the trees are often used to symbolise and celebrate the importance of both the yin and the yang.

  • Size (Approx): Height 2.5m, 1.75m Plinth, 1.5m turning circle.
  • Materials: Cold Cast bronze leaves | Mordent finish steel plinth.
  • Type: Kinetic

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