No, not for memory, but for woodworking. What is it like to work with?
Ian Kirby: That’s the vernacular for ginkgo biloba, an atypical timber. It grows in China and Japan, and it can get to be quite big. It’s also called the ‘maidenhair tree’ and to the casual glance looks like a broad leaf tree. It’s wood is like a softwood in appearance and structure. There’s not enough of it be a commercial timber.