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Friday, 22/09/2017

Here at Botanica, hidden away where they cannot be seen are two magnificent hives which are full to the brim with bees ready to carry out their work of pollination.


"Many thanks for the delivery of our plant - a very nice specimen in perfect condition. We are so please with it, we shall be ordering another one today. ."
Thank you.
M Brown


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Aesculus carnea

£16.00  -  £125.75

The 'Redhorse Chesnut'. A wonderful large tree often used for avenues and parks. It produces delightful rose-pink flowers in panicles up to 20cm long with compact dark green leaflets.

Aesculus carnea Briotii

£69.50  -  £78.00

A form of The Red Horse Chestnut with even deeper red flowers. Slightly more compact in size and growth.


The 'Sweet buckeye'. A medium-sized or large tree with its flowers attractively nearest to yellow in a horse chesnut, borne in May and June. Leaves giving good rich autumn tints.

Aesculus glabra

£24.00  -  £120.75

The 'Ohio buckeye'. A small to medium sized tree with an attractive rough bark. Its leaves turn to a warm orange and yellow in the autumn with flowers of a pretty yellow-green colour, followed by prickly fruits.

Aesculus glabra var arguta


The 'Texas buckeye, White buckeye'. An attractive small shrubby tree with its unique leaves displaying 7-9 deeply double-toothed leaflets, producing soft cream flowers in May.


A large imposing tree much like the Common Horse Chestnut but flowers delightfull short candles of pure white double flowers. Sadly does not produce any 'conkers'

Aesculus indica

£128.00  -  £220.00

The 'Indian horse chesnut'. A magnificent, large tree with panicles of pink-flushed flowers. Its leaves are a shimmering bronze in their youth, becoming glossy dark green, then turning orange or yellow in autumn.

Aesculus indica Sidney Pearce


A delightful free flowering, upright tree with dark, rich olive-green leaves. Its flowers appear in large panicles with stunning individual blossoms up to 2.5cm across, the petals are white, marked yellow and daintily suffused pink.


A very unusual hybrid 'buckeye' a cross between Aesculus pavia and Aesculus sylvatica, rarely seen in this country and originating from the USA. Makes a small tree or large shrub, which during May and June is amply covered with attractive red and yellow chestnut like flowers.

Aesculus neglecta Erythroblastos


A slow growing form eventually making tree size, its early foliage a brilliant shrimp pink - quite stunning.

Aesculus parviflora

£14.25  -  £435.00

One of the North American Buckeyes, it makes a spreading shrub up to about 3 metres with white flower panicles with a touch of red. Good autumn butter yellow foliage.

Aesculus pavia


Red Buckeye from southern United States and introduced in 1722 makes a fine specimen large shrub with wide spreading branches, Horse Chestnut like leaves and glorious crimson flowers in long panicles opening in June and July.

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