Chestnut Blight Life Cycle - Tips On Treating Chestnut Blight
Chestnut trees with blight cankers can be cured with mud packs applied to each canker, or protected with a biological control based on a virus that ke...
Pruning Chestnut Trees How To Prune A Chestnut Tree
Chestnut trees do not produce nuts on shaded branches. Prune when the tree is dormant, corrective pruning consists of removing broken, interfering, de...
American Chestnut Tree Information - How To Grow American Chestnut Trees
The trees grow best when American chestnut tree nuts are sown directly in the ground (with the flat side or sprout facing down, half an inch to an inc...
Chestnut Tree Propagation Growing Chestnut Trees From Cuttings
Growing Chestnut Trees from Cuttings Propagating chestnut cuttings is more difficult than direct planting chestnut seeds. When you start growing chest...
Chestnut Tree Care Guide To Growing Chestnut Trees
All chestnut tree types require well-drained soil to thrive. They can grow in partially clay soil if the land is on a slope, but they will grow best i...
Horse Chestnut Pruning Should You Cut Back Horse Chestnut Branches
These trees should be pruned in fall after the leaves have dropped or in early spring, before the sap starts to flow (March), this may reduce flowers....
Horse Chestnut Cutting Propagation - Will Horse Chestnuts Grow From Cuttings
You may ask, “will horse chestnuts grow from cuttings?” They will, and it is actually one of the easiest ways of horse chestnut cutting propagation. Y...
Horse Chestnut Seed Propagation - How To Plant Horse Chestnuts
The spiny seedpods drop from the tree in fall when ripened and crack open to reveal the horse chestnut seeds inside. Horse chestnut seeds should be pl...
horse chestnut buds
Each year, the horse chestnut produces sticky black buds in the spring, which eventually become the clusters of white flowers seen in late spring, usu...