Aesculus

Aesuculs or Horse Chestnut

Large deciduous trees. They have large showy flowers in mid to late spring, followed by horse chestnuts

Where to Site Your Horse Chestnut

These are beautiful trees that require a large area for them to reach their full potential. Commonly use in parks and street trees

How To Grow a Horse Chestnut

Easy to grow well and thirve in most locations. They require full sun or partial sun in moist well drained fertile soil. 

They should only be pruned to remove any damaged / broken branches

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