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Aesculus hippocastanum 'Baumannii'


Baumann Horsechestnut


Aesculus hippocastanum 'Baumannii' - Baumann Horsechestnut

About Baumann Horsechestnut at OSU's Landscape Plants site        

  • Native to mountainous Greece and Albania.

  • Frequently reaches 100’ in height.

  • Leaflets are 7 and make a palmate leaf.

  • Flowers white in an erect cluster 8-12” in April/May.

  • Nut husk is prickly and roundish.

  • Bark is in plates.

  • Fall color is negligible.

  • Common in Portland, especially in older neighborhoods.

  • Baumann horsechestnut is a seedless variety introduced to the U.S. after 1850, but commonly offered in the early 1900s.

Tree #LocationDimensionsPhoto and Notes

1529 NE Thompson

Right of Way

65' Height

45' Spread

12' Circ.

Aesculus hippocastanum 'Baumannii' - Baumann Horsechestnut