Bottlebrush buckeye

Aesculus parviflora - Pavier blanc

Bottlebrush Buckeye facts

NameAesculus parviflora
Family – Sapindaceae
Type – shrub

Height
 – 6 ½ feet (2 meters)
Exposure – full sun or part sun
Soil – ordinary, well drained

Foliage
 – deciduous
Flowering – June to August

Planting bottlebrush buckeye

Preferably in fall.
Follow our advice on planting shrubs.

Pruning bottlebrush buckeye

It isn’t necessary to prune it.

To reduce the size of the shrub or to balance growth, operate in spring.

Learn more about bottlebrush buckeye

Bottlebrush buckeye is actually a type of bushy horse chestnut tree that has more or less the same leaf and flower characteristics as its larger cousin.

It thus makes for easy growing and care and will fit just as well in a shrub bed as it will as a standalone.
If in a shrub bed, do provide for sufficient space because once mature it can grow wider across than 25 feet (8 meters)!

Smart tip about Bottlebrush buckeye

To avoid it growing too large, eliminate suckers as they appear.

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