Aesculus hippocastanum grows to 36 metres (118 ft) tall, with a domed crown of
stout branches; on old trees the outer branches often pendulous with curled-up ...
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All Show Tabs horse chestnut. Image of Aesculus hippocastanum ...
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They are not as clearly marked but you can't miss the distinctive palmate leaf.
It is a relative of the North American buckeyes. The tree grows to 75 feet and can be 70 feet wide. More »
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Aescin, Aescine, Aesculus hippocastanum, Buckeye, Castaño de Indias,
Châtaignier ... Be careful not to confuse aesculus hippocastanum (Horse
chestnut) with ...
The Horse Chestnut, Aesculus hippocastanum, which has also been known as
Hippocastanum vulgare (Gaertn.), is an entirely different tree from the Sweet ...
Brief fact sheet with photos of tree, fruit, twig, flower, leaf, and bark.
Scientific names: Aesculus hippocastanum, Aesculus californica, Aesculus
glabra. Common names: Horse chestnut is also known as chestnut, California ...
The 'spreading chestnut tree', a common sight on village greens and alongside
housing developments, is not actually native to Britain. It arrived in the sixteenth ...