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Horse chestnut

Aesculus hippocastanum • Conker Tree

Non-native

Horse chestnut is a large tree that can grow between 15-25 meters tall. It is native to southeast Europe, however it can be found in some parks and urban sites in the United States and Canada. it is often planted as an ornamental due to its showy flowers that bloom in May. It can tolerate urban conditions, but requires a lot of space. Horse chestnut prefers moist to well drained soils and is found in disturbed sites.

Leaf

Deciduous, opposite, compound. Palmately compound with 5-9 leaflets. Leaflets to do not have stalks at the end of the long leaf stalk.

Bark

Young bark is dark grey-brown and smooth. Mature bark is fissured and scaly.

Fruit/Seed

Green to brown round nuts, slightly spiny. Splits into 3 segments. Seeds inside nuts are brown and shiny.

Flower

White, bell-shaped flowers. Clusters are 20-30 cm long and cone-shaped.

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