the flower panicle conical of red chestnut

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the flower panicle conical of red chestnut

By Bonnie L. Grant Red horsechestnut (Aesculus x carnea) is a medium sized tree. It has an attractive, naturally pyramid-shaped form when young and glorious, large palmate leaves. Red horsechestnut info recommends caution when using this plant in the landscape due to its rather messy, poisonous seed pods. In spite of this caution, the plant produces an intense hot pink show in late spring, making it a standout plant for early color. Some further information on how to grow red horsechestnut can help you decide if this plant is right for your home garden. Red Horsechestnut Info What is red horsechestnut? Red horsechestnut is a hybrid of two common species of Aesculus. This spring bloomer is deciduous, but the large leaves have little interesting fall color. What it does have is an early season show of deeply pink-red panicles comprised of clusters of small flowers. These, unfortunately, become rather annoying,

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