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Aesculus

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Aesculus carnea

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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

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

Aesculus flava

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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

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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

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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.

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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

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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

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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.

Aesculus neglecta Erythroblastos

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

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Aesculus parviflora

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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.

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