Aesculus parviflora – “Bottlebrush Buckeye”

Botanical name: Aesculus parviflora
Common name: “Bottlebrush Buckeye”

Characteristics:

Size: 8-12′ x 8-15′
Light: Full sun/pt shade
Bloom: June-July

Description:

Large, suckering, native shrub with deep-green, palmate foliage produces sparkling-white, bottlebrush-like panicles of flowers in the summer. The foliage turns a brilliant yellow-green in the fall. Prefers a fertile, moist but well-draining acid soil.

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