A relative of the common horse chestnut, the Indian horse chestnut from the Himalayas is a spectacular early summer flowering tree, which produces smaller seeds than the common horse chestnut. It has a spreading crown and glossy leaves that start out bronze. Flowers are white with a pink tinge.
|Common Name||Indian Horse Chestnut|
|Mature Size||8 x 5m|
|This is an ornamental in temperate regions. Makes a lovely specimen tree.|
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