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horse chestnut tree pictures - Google Search - Aesculus hippocastanum is a large deciduous tree, commonly known as Horse-chestnut or Conker tree.  Aesculus hippocastanum is native to a small area in the mountains of the Balkans in southeast Europe, in small areas in northern Greece, Albania, the Republic of Macedonia, Serbia, and Bulgaria (Pindus Mountains mixed forests and Balkan mixed forests). It is widely cultivated throughout the temperate world.

The Red Horse Chestnut Tree

Horse-chestnut trees are beautiful large trees found in Ohio

Rose Apple - a very tropical fruit tree that cannot tolerate frost. It has leaves resembling a rubber plant and flowers with long cream colored stamines. The Rose Apple tree pictured above is still much smaller than the mature size of a tree which can reach 40 feet tall

Rose Apple - a very tropical fruit tree that cannot tolerate frost. It has leaves resembling a rubber plant and flowers with long cream colored stamines. The Rose Apple tree pictured above is still much smaller than the mature size of a tree which can reach 40 feet tall

Passionfruit grows on a vine. They’re grown like grapes on a trellis. More info... http://www.brookstropicals.com/passion_fruit

Brooks Tropicals is your one source for passion fruit and other premium tropical fruits and vegetables throughout the United States and Canada.

Mangifera indica - Julie Mango (Dwarf)  compact, dwarf tree. This is the most popular variety in Trinidad because of its rich, sweet, coconut/pineapple-like flavor. To fully enjoy this unique tasting mango, it is best to eat on the same, or next day after it falls from the tree before it gets too ripe. In Florida it is sought after for its dwarf growing habit. Fungus problems which lead to twig die back are common, making fungicide applications necessary for success.

Mangifera indica - Julie Mango (Dwarf) compact, dwarf tree. This is the most popular variety in Trinidad because of its rich, sweet, coconut/pineapple-like flavor. To fully enjoy this unique tasting mango, it is best to eat on the same, or next day after it falls from the tree before it gets too ripe. In Florida it is sought after for its dwarf growing habit. Fungus problems which lead to twig die back are common, making fungicide applications necessary for success.

Macadamia nut tree, produces nuts that aren't ripe till they fall.  We have this tree in our garden.  The Garden Weasel Gatherer Pro is what we need!  #gardenweasel1

Macadamia nut tree, produces nuts that aren't ripe till they fall. We have this tree in our garden. The Garden Weasel Gatherer Pro is what we need!

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