The dwarf Horse Chestnut is a spreading shrub growing up to 2.5 metres high and forming thickets from suckering. Like all chestnuts, it has attractive autumn colour. It produces spidery flowers with protruding stamens in panicles to 30cm tall followed by smooth-skinned fruit. Prefers slightly acidic-neutral soil. (pH 6-7). Preferred location: semi-shade.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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