Horse chestnut - Aesculus The horse chestnut is deciduous and can grow up to 40m in height. The leaves of the horse chestnut look like long green fingers that spread out from a central stem. White, pink or yellow flowers appear in May, but it’s not until the autumn that the chestnuts fall from the tree. The fruit of the horse chestnut are shiny brown chestnuts called conkers. They grow inside a thick, fleshy, casing that has sharp spikes on the outside to protect it
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Hyland's Nursery Horse Chestnut Price List
Bare rooted whips.
€ 1.00 each.
2 - 2.5 meter (7 - 8ft) high trees.
€ 30.00 each.
3 - 4 meter (10 - 12ft) high mature trees.
€ 120.00 each.
Other sizes may be available on request.
Prices listed above are for collection from our Nursery in Oulart.