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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conkers

Conkers is a traditional children's game in Britain and Ireland played using the seeds of horse chestnut trees—the name 'conker' is also applied to the seed and to ... They take turns hitting each other's conker using their own. .... Health advisers said that there were no known dangers from conkers for nut-allergy sufferers, ...

www.bbc.com/earth/story/20151008-why-we-love-conkers-and-horse-chestnut-trees

Oct 9, 2015 ... What would autumn be without the horse chestnut tree, with its famous ... considering the name of the tree they come from, conkers have been ...

www.encyclopedia.com/plants-and-animals/plants/plants/horse-chestnut

The name Aesculus is actually a misnomer, coming originally from the word esca, meaning food. ... All types of horse chestnut trees, with their graceful wide limbs and showy ... The fruit of the horse chestnut is a dark brown smooth-surfaced nut  ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=What+Is+The+Name+Of+The+Tree+That+Its+Nut+Is+A+Conker&v=Lj8N3Iu71QA
Mar 21, 2015 ... Side-by-side gallery of Aesculus hippocastanum (horse chestnut) versus ... synoecious tree, commonly known as horse-chestnut or conker tree. ... (rarely two or three) nut-like seeds called conkers or horse-chestnuts. ... The species is widely cultivated for its edible seeds (also called nuts) and for its wood.

projectbritain.com/conkers.html

A conker is the seed of the horse chestnut tree (not the sweet chestnut tree ... Conkers is also the name given to a game played between two people at a time. ... was a 'five-er'), our steadfast nut would then become a ten-er (its own four, plus its ...

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Oct 25, 2010 ... In Holland they are called "paardekastanje" which is a basic translation of the horse chestnut. ... One of my teacher's said that 75% of Horse Chestnut trees are disease??? ... @Squagnut - thanks - thats interesting. Maybe it ...

owlcation.com/stem/The-Horse-Chestnut-Tree-and-Conkers-Fun-and-Surprising-Facts

Feb 29, 2016 ... They produce a nut-like seed called a conker that is used to play a ... Despite its common name, horse chestnut isn't closely related to true ...

www.quora.com/How-different-are-conkers-from-chestnuts

The conker got its name from the game, rather than the other way round - before the ... It is a hard brown nut which is found in a prickly casing. ... whereas Conkers are non-edible and from the Horse chestnut tree species Castanea dentate.

www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/visiting-woods/trees-woods-and-wildlife/british-trees/common-non-native-trees/horse-chestnut

Horse chestnut is a deciduous tree native to the Balkan peninsula. Introduced to Britain in the 1600s, its conkers have become a common sight in autumn parks. ... to horses to relieve them of coughs, and could be the origin of the tree's name.

www.instructables.com/id/How-to-play-Conkers

The conker got its name from the game, rather than the other way round .... What's the best way to grow a conker tree and an acorn tree, from a conker and an ...