An attractive selection with clean foliage and reddish-pink flowers. Makes an excellent specimen plant.
AESCULUS x carnea ‘Fort McNair’ – Fort McNair Horsechestnut
An attractive selection with clean foliage and reddish-pink flowers that turn yellow during fall. Makes an excellent specimen plant and best placed as a accent tree or as a shade tree. Relatively low maintenance, best pruned in late winter if pruning is needed.
Sun: Full Sun/Part Shade
Soil: Average, Moist, Well-drained
Size: Height 30-35ft., Width 20-25ft.
Flower: Pink, Showy
Bloom Time: Spring
Attributes: Great Fall Color, Low Maintenance, Tolerant to Urban Pollution, Showy Flowers