Aesculus

[Carnea Group] ``Aesculus`` (Carnea Group) `Pendula`, or Weeping Red Horse Chestnut, was a weeping tree and a cultivar of the Aesculus Carnea Group, the Red Horse Chestnut Group, which is a cultivar group of artificial hybrids between Aesculus pavia and A. hippocastanum. The name first appeared in the 1902 edition of the Hand-list of Trees ...
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Aesculus

(Buckeye, Horse Chestnut) These trees are natives of North America, Europe and Asia and are commonly known as Buckeyes and Horse Chestnuts. These beautiful trees are suitable for planting along roads, in parks and gardens, and near the sea. A. Hippocastanum (Common Horse Chestnut) is a handsome tree that grows from 40 to 60 feet high. It has palmat...
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Aesculus

[n] - deciduous trees or some shrubs of North America
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Aesculus

genus Aesculus noun deciduous trees or some shrubs of North America; southeastern Europe; eastern Asia
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Aesculus

(from the article `Sapindales`) The Hippocastanaceae (the horse chestnut family) has only 2 genera of trees and shrubs. Aesculus, with about 13 deciduous species, has an interrupted ... Next to the Aceraceae, the Hippocastanaceae probably have the most economic significance in temperate areas, in spite of the small size of the ... [2...
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Aesculus

Aesculus In botany, the genus name for the buckeyes, a common group of trees that includes the horse chestnut.
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Aesculus

Aesculus is a genus of plants which includes the horse-chestnut.
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Aesculus

The genus Aesculus (s or s) comprises 13–19 species of trees and shrubs native to the temperate Northern Hemisphere, with 6 species native to North America and 7–13 species native to Eurasia; there are also several hybrids. Aesculus exhibits a classical arcto-Tertiary distribution.{efn|This designation has as a part of it a term, `Tertiary`,.....
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