AESCULUS HIPPOCASTANUM
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PLANTS OF HORSECHESTNUT - AESCULUS HIPPOCASTANUM

Used as a shade tree and for environmental forestry planting.

It grows to 36 m tall, with a domed crown of stout branches, on old trees the outer branches often pendulous with curled-up tips. The leaves are opposite and palmately compound. The flowers are usually white with a small red spot; they are produced in spring in erect panicles. Usually only 1-5 fruit develop on each panicle; the fruit is a green, softly spiky capsule containing one nut-like seeds called conkers or horse-chestnuts. Native to a small area in the mountains of the Balkans in southeast Europe.

Height of plant: Plug: 20/40cm
3,00  without VAT (10%)

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Plantation
Flowering
Harvest
Flower colour White
Foliage Deciduous
Hardiness Hardy
Height of plant Plug: 20/40cm
Plant usage City garden, Gardening, Specimen, Street Tree
Soil - Moisture Fresh
Soil - Type Deep, Fertile, Silty
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