Aesculus turbinata

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Aesculus turbinata, Blume (AE. sinensis, Hort., not Bunge). Japanese Horse-chestnut. Tree, 30 ft.: petioles and young branchlete pubescent; lfts. 5-7, cuneate-obovate, crenate-serrate, pubescent beneath when young: panicles 6-10 in. long, dense and rather narrow, pubescent; fls. yellowish white, with a red spot, less than 1/2in. long: fr. verrucose. June. Japan. —The lvs. are larger than those of the preceding species, but the individual fls. are smaller and less strongly marked with red. Hardy at the Arnold Arboretum.

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