goto H&CS
WebGarden
search ornamental plants
Search insects and disease
search Turf Images
Fruit and Veg Search

Aesculus hippocastanum
European Horsechestnut

The upright fruiting stalks of European Horsechestnut may contain many immature fruits in late Spring, but most will abort, quickly absisce, and not develop into the fruits containing the huge nuts that characterize this species.


.


 
 


Website Administrator: Dr. Tim Rhodus
Department of Horticulture and Crop Science
Email: rhodus.1@osu.edu
© 2002 Ohio State University

FAQ factsheets PLANTFACTS