Fort McNair Horsechestnut
Fort McNair Horse Chestnut is an attractive, small, round-headed, shade tree. In spring it will show off its yellow-throated pink blooms, followed by golden foliage in the fall. This tree is a favored by hummingbirds.
Why it rocks:
Fort McNair Horsechestnut is an attractive, small, round-headed, shade tree. In spring it will show off its yellow-throated pink blooms, followed by golden foliage in the fall. This tree is a favored by hummingbirds.
Where to put it:
Fort McNair Horsechestnut's show-stopper qualities make this a perfect specimen tree for small yards. We recommend that it be planted away from sidewalks or driveways where leaves and nuts may fall.
What it needs:
Fort McNair Horsechestnut prefers full sun and regular, weekly watering and more often in extreme heat. Prune in late winter following the last danger of frost.
|Botanical Name||Aesculus x carnea 'Fort McNair'|
|Size Range||Medium Tree (25-40 feet)|
|Foliage Color||Dark Green|
|Landscape Uses||Shade, Ornamental/Flowering|
|Plant Tolerance||Very Adaptable|
|Standout Feature||Beautiful Spring Blooms, Attracts Hummingbirds, Attractive Pink Flowers, Disease Resistant,|