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Horse chestnut

Ippocastano Simone Palmieri Gardens and Landscapes

The horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) has been a typical element of the tree-lined avenues of our cities for many centuries.

Its majestic appearance, with shady and enlarged hair, gives it monumentality and elegance.

It is among the few trees that can boast a spectacular flowering, with white flowers erected in the shape of a panicle on the tips of the branches, or pink in the case of the hybrid Aesculus x carnea, smaller but highly decorative.

If you have gardens of the right size, it is a tree that can become the cornerstone of our entire composition.

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