Ginkgo biloba... leaves turn brown and fall early
I've had a Ginkgo for three summers, and it has put on a lot of new growth. It's now about 9 feet/3 meters.
Each September/October (3 of them) alot of the leaves turn brown/part brown and fall early before frost, especially on the new growth branches. There are dead leaves on the ground, and some brown leaves in the tree. Rather ugly, neighbor isn't pleased about the ugly tree. There does not seem to be any reason for the tree to be stressed. A mile away the neglected Ginkgos planted in holes in concrete next to a busy street with buses are doing fine.
So will this tree outgrow this ugly habit, or just the way the tree is genetically? I suppose when the tree gets older and more dense the tree will have more interior leaves than exterior leaves so there will be more leaves that may fall normally than the dead looking ones. Thanks.