Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum), potted tree (top size), organic
Family: Soapberry (Hippocastanaceae)
Hardy to zones 3 to 8
(Conker Tree) Native to the Balkans in Southeastern Europe, Horse chestnut is a stout deciduous tree to 90 feet tall, magnificent, whith a spreading crown tipped by handsomely swollen, resiny buds. An excellent choice for creating the mature landscape, the tree also makes a fine bonsai. The nuts are employed for making Bach remedies and as a natural whitening agent used by dyers and weavers. Traditional usage (TWM): tonifying blood vessels.
Potted Tree, top size, Certified Organically Grown