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Mark A. Miller

(Baumann's Horsechestnut, Common Horsechestnut)

Long prized for its showy conical clusters of large white flowers with pink or yellow blotches, horse chestnut is a tall, deciduous, spring-blooming tree native to southeastern Europe. The cultivar 'Baumannii' produces exceptionally long-lasting, double, creamy-white flowers that age to blush-pink. It bears little or no fruit. The large palmate (hand-like) leaves cast dense shade.

This sun-loving tree does well in moist, well drained soil, and tolerates salt and pollution. Baumann's horse chestnut...

Image of Aesculus indica photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Indian Horsechestnut)

Wavy-edged glossy green leaves, amazingly pretty pink and white flowers and orange-red fall foliage make Indian horse chestnut the rare plant collector's dream. A medium-sized, deciduous tree from the northwestern parts of the Himalayan Mountains, it is not adapted to high heat and humidity. The dark green, palmate (hand-like) leaves have seven leaflets, infrequently five or nine, each with wavy edges. New foliage in spring is bronze. By late spring, the branch tips develop very showy upright clustered...

Image of Aesculus pavia photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Red Buckeye)

Red buckeye is a large deciduous shrub or small tree with lustrous, dark green, palmate leaves with five to seven leaflets. It is native to the eastern and southern United States and has open branches and a rounded habit. In spring, it produces loose, upright spikes of red or orange-red tubular flowers sometimes marked with yellow.

This buckeye grows best in moist soil with average drainage and can take full sun to part shade. It makes a great feature plant and offers a striking, vertical element...

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James Burghardt

(Biltmore Red Buckeye, Red Buckeye)

Red buckeye is a large deciduous shrub or small tree with lustrous, dark green, palmate leaves with five to seven leaflets. It is native to the eastern and southern United States and has open branches and a rounded habit. In spring, it produces loose, upright spikes of red or orange-red tubular flowers sometimes marked with yellow.

This buckeye grows best in moist soil with average drainage and can take full sun to part shade. It makes a great feature plant and offers a striking, vertical element...

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Jesse Saylor

(Dwarf Red Buckeye, Red Buckeye)

Red buckeye is a large deciduous shrub or small tree with lustrous, dark green, palmate leaves with five to seven leaflets. It is native to the eastern and southern United States and has open branches and a rounded habit. In spring, it produces loose, upright spikes of red or orange-red tubular flowers sometimes marked with yellow.

This buckeye grows best in moist soil with average drainage and can take full sun to part shade. It makes a great feature plant and offers a striking, vertical element...

Image of Aesculus turbinata photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Japanese Horsechestnut)

Considered to have the largest and showiest of all horsechestnuts, Japanese horsechestnut's white blossoms in midsummer yield brown fruits with red-brown seeds; its fall leaf color is a brilliant yellow. A tall, spreading deciduous tree from Japan, this species is popular in China and is often confused with Aesculus chinensis. The dark sandy brown bark is relatively smooth.

The leaves of this horsechestnut get as large as a basketball. Each hand--like leaf is comprised of five to seven...

Image of Aesculus x carnea photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Red Horsechestnut)

Rose red horsechestnut is a hybrid between the European horsechestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) and the red horsechestnut (Aesculus pavia). It is a medium to large, spreading deciduous tree with an oval to round crown and dark green, glossy, palmate leaves with five to seven leaflets, which produce little fall color. It is best known for its beautiful panicles bright rose-red flowers that appear from late spring to early summer. These are followed by large round, spiny capsules that contain two to...

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Russell Stafford

(Briotts' Red Horsechestnut, Red Horsechestnut)

Briott's red horsechestnut is a hybrid between the European horsechestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) and the red horsechestnut (Aesculus pavia). It is a medium to large, spreading deciduous tree with an oval to round crown that has dark green, glossy, palmate leaves consisting of five to seven leaflets, which produce little fall color. It is best known for its beautiful panicles bright rose-red flowers that appear from late spring to early summer, which do not produce fruit.

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James Burghardt

(Fort McNair Horsechestnut, Red Horsechesnut)

Rose red horsechestnut is a hybrid between the European horsechestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) and the red horsechestnut (Aesculus pavia). It is a medium to large, spreading deciduous tree with an oval to round crown and dark green, glossy, palmate leaves with five to seven leaflets, which produce little fall color. It is best known for its beautiful panicles bright rose-red flowers that appear from late spring to early summer. These are followed by large round, spiny capsules that contain two to...

Image of Afrocarpus gracilior photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(East African Yellowwood, Fern Pine)

The graceful form of fern pine is accented by the linear, bluish green leaves that project from the branches much like the leaves of a lily. This tall, tender evergreen tree is native to higher elevations of subtropical eastern Africa. Unlike other conifers such as junipers, that have scale-like needles, fern pine leaves are smooth, flat and narrow, arranged spirally around gently pendent branches. Plants are dioecious, being either male or female. Male plants produce small, tan, finger-like cones...